Willy Pardiñas talks OneHealth with Claudia Adrien.

Novozymes’ Willy Pardiñas on OneHealth and human health challenges

By Claudia Adrien

“If you think about what Novozymes provides, they have a library of ingredients that can be used to confer a benefit for human health. We make sure our designs are market driven and most importantly clinically tested. We want to make sure our products...

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Review hails Akkermansia as “most promising next-gen probiotic”

By Olivia Brown

The recent review spotlights the efficacy of Akkermansia muciniphila in reducing the risk and progression of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes (T2D), suggesting its strong potential for use for targeted dietary interventions within probiotics.

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Gut virus research receives prestigious funding

By Nikki Hancocks

A new €910,000 cash boost from The Wellcome Trust will see researchers at APC Microbiome Ireland investigate the role of bacteriophages in the gut microbiome.

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Study: Gut health most influenced by teams of bacteria

By Nikki Hancocks

Gut microbial species work in teams to perform different functions, suggesting that cultivating certain groups of bacteria is more important than single species, according to an international team of researchers.

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Is fungus the new bogeyman in gut inflammation?

By Tim Cutcliffe

The role of pathogenic bacteria in disease has been the focus of much recent research. However, the role of fungi, a co-inhabitant of the gut, has been relatively overlooked. The effect of the mycobiome (the fungal community in the gut) on health and...

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Deerland granted use patent for PreforPro bacteriophage

By Stephen Daniells

Georgia-based Deerland Enzymes & Probiotics has received a notice of allowance for its US patent application directed to prebiotic compositions comprising bacteriophages, namely Deerland’s branded prebiotic, PreforPro.


Mouse data backs DuPont prebiotic for multiple effects

By Will Chu

DuPont’s prebiotic fibre could exert positive benefits to the gut microbiome, according to an animal study featured in Nature which also raises future implications on skin, metabolic and even brain health.

Mouse data backs broccoli for better gut health

Mouse data backs broccoli for better gut health

By Nathan Gray

Metabolites from the consumption of broccoli could help to maintain intestinal barrier function, aid immune surveillance and maintain the balance of gut bacteria, new research in mice has suggested.


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