Probiotics

Algal solution: Could Spirulina modify the microbiome to protect against age-related damage?

Algal solution: Could Spirulina modify the microbiome to protect against age-related damage?

Spirulina might help protect against age-related liver inflammation by modifying pathways in the microbiome, say researchers.

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Biosearch Life’s mastitis remedy another casualty of EFSA’s probiotic rejection list

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Infant gut bacteria link with smarter toddlers: Study

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Potent Red Clover isoflavone-probiotic mix combine to ease menopausal signs: Study

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Cause or consequence? Investigating the link between gut bacteria and heart health

Craftier study designs could outline environmental view of microbiome

Outlining 'environmental' view of microbiome awaits craftier study designs, experts say

IBS is complex and incompletely understood. Factors including genetic/social learning factors, diet, intestinal microbiota and low-grade chronic intestinal inflammation, have been associated with IBS. ©iStock

Bioavailability boost: Study backs frankincense to ease IBS symptoms

The inaugural event will be held at the Hilton Singapore from 11 to 13 October.

International probiotics experts and global firms to feature at first Probiota Asia summit

WATCH: Probiotics in China — ‘The market is set to explode’

WATCH: Probiotics in China — ‘The market is set to explode’

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Inflammatory bowel disease: Manipulating the gut microbiome a promising future treatment option

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