Microbiome

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ISAPP to host next public scientific meeting

By Olivia Haslam

The International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) annual scientific meeting is opening to members of the press and public next week.

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Probiotic blend reduces body fat, BMI: Study

By Olivia Haslam

A probiotic blend consisting of Lacticaseibacillus paracasei BEPC22 and Lactiplantibacillus plantarum BELP53 has been found to reduce body fat percentage, weight and BMI in a new placebo-controlled trial.

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Probiotic may improve sleep: Study

By Olivia DeSmit

Consuming the probiotic Bifidobacterium adolescentis SBT2786 increased sleep duration and reduced fatigue, according to a study, which also reported associations with an improvement in sleepiness upon waking and feelings of being well-rested during the...

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Brightseed expands microbiome discovery program

By Stephen Daniells

AI pioneers Brightseed will present its new Forager AI Benchmarks and expanded microbiome discovery programs at the upcoming IPA World Congress + Probiota America 2024 in Salt Lake City.

Dr. Rob Knight joins IPAWC + Probiota Americas roster

Dr. Rob Knight joins IPAWC + Probiota Americas roster

By Stephen Daniells

The speaker roster for the IPAWC + Probiota Americas is filling up, and we can confirm that renowned microbiome research professor Rob Knight has confirmed his participation to speak at the event in Salt Lake City.

Malnutrition offers insight into the gut-brain axis

Malnutrition offers insight into the gut-brain axis research gap

By Claudia Adrien

Cognitive deficits caused by malnutrition may be restored by interventions targeting the gut microbiome. However, direct imaging of the brain is still needed to understand those cognitive connections in humans, according to findings published in Clinical...

Dr Armpit: Eliminating body odour with ‘good’ bacteria

Dr Armpit: Eliminating body odour with ‘good’ bacteria

By Olivia Brown

There may be significant opportunities to harness the skin microbiome to control body odours with the discovery that strong bacterial diversity, high levels of Cyanobacterium species and low levels of Staphylococci are associated with unpleasant odours.

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