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The GMFH editing team recommends these book selections on the topic. If you find yourself wanting to dig deep into the topic of gut microbiota, you’re not alone! Thousands of readers around the world are availing themselves of the growing list of resources on this fascinating topic. It’s important to know, though, that not all of the existing books about…

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The GMFH editing team recommends these book selections on the topic. If you find yourself wanting to dig deep into the topic of gut microbiota, you’re not alone! Thousands of readers around the world are availing themselves of the growing list of resources on this fascinating topic. It’s important to know, though, that not all of the existing books about…

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As human beings, we transform throughout our lives... and the same thing happens to our gut microbiota! Although this might sound a little strange, growth, balance, destabilisation and damage are all words that can also be used when referring to gut bacteria. In our first infographic we gave you the main figures relating to your gut flora; now we would…

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As human beings, we transform throughout our lives... and the same thing happens to our gut microbiota! Although this might sound a little strange, growth, balance, destabilisation and damage are all words that can also be used when referring to gut bacteria. In our first infographic we gave you the main figures relating to your gut flora; now we would…

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10% Human Book Review Humans have long argued over whether certain characteristics – a propensity for talkativeness, a talent for bowling, a tendency to be disorganized – can best be attributed to nature or nurture. But science writer Alanna Collen, in her book 10% Human, says the game has changed. Now that scientists have ways to examine in detail the…

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10% Human Book Review Humans have long argued over whether certain characteristics – a propensity for talkativeness, a talent for bowling, a tendency to be disorganized – can best be attributed to nature or nurture. But science writer Alanna Collen, in her book 10% Human, says the game has changed. Now that scientists have ways to examine in detail the…

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A newly released eBook, written by Gerard Corthier and Katrine Leverve, is an engaging guide to the "good" bacteria in the human body. Through short paragraphs of text and whimsical cartoons, the book gives an overview of topics that will be well familiar to scientists, and which can be a good starting place for discussion with those outside the field.…

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A newly released eBook, written by Gerard Corthier and Katrine Leverve, is an engaging guide to the "good" bacteria in the human body. Through short paragraphs of text and whimsical cartoons, the book gives an overview of topics that will be well familiar to scientists, and which can be a good starting place for discussion with those outside the field.…

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Nowadays, few people doubt the major role the hundreds of trillions of bacteria living in our intestine - known as the gut microbiota - play in terms of our health. Have you ever asked yourself, however, how much this small but important thing weighs? Or how many bacteria can actually live in our digestive system? Or what is its surface…

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Nowadays, few people doubt the major role the hundreds of trillions of bacteria living in our intestine - known as the gut microbiota - play in terms of our health. Have you ever asked yourself, however, how much this small but important thing weighs? Or how many bacteria can actually live in our digestive system? Or what is its surface…

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One of the main goals of Gut Microbiota Worldwatch is to spread knowledge about gut microbiota in society. In line with this goal, we are very happy to share a new initiative with you. We would like to offer our readers a free copy (eBook) of “Microbiota, these bacteria that do us good” by French author and microbiota expert Gérard…

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One of the main goals of Gut Microbiota Worldwatch is to spread knowledge about gut microbiota in society. In line with this goal, we are very happy to share a new initiative with you. We would like to offer our readers a free copy (eBook) of “Microbiota, these bacteria that do us good” by French author and microbiota expert Gérard…

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Professor of Nutrition, Director of the Institute of Cardiometabolism and Nutrition (ICAN) linked to the University of Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and head of a research group at INSERM; it is no surprise that Karine Clément is a well-known expert in metabolic diseases, nutrition and the role the gut microbiota plays in these conditions. Last year, she received…

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Professor of Nutrition, Director of the Institute of Cardiometabolism and Nutrition (ICAN) linked to the University of Pierre and Marie Curie in Paris and head of a research group at INSERM; it is no surprise that Karine Clément is a well-known expert in metabolic diseases, nutrition and the role the gut microbiota plays in these conditions. Last year, she received…

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Francisco Guarner, director of the Digestive System Research Unit at University Hospital Vall d’Hebron in Barcelona (Hospital Universitario Vall d’Hebron), granted us an interview during the 4th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2015 to discuss the microbiota and humans. In the interview, Guarner, who chaired the event’s Science Committee, uses clear and short concepts to summarize what the microbiota…

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Francisco Guarner, director of the Digestive System Research Unit at University Hospital Vall d’Hebron in Barcelona (Hospital Universitario Vall d’Hebron), granted us an interview during the 4th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2015 to discuss the microbiota and humans. In the interview, Guarner, who chaired the event’s Science Committee, uses clear and short concepts to summarize what the microbiota…

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Digestion is extraordinarily complex, and there is a long list of ways it can go wrong. From constipation to bloating, digestive disorders can cause significant distress for infants and children as they develop. Fortunately, with emerging research on the microbiota, doctors, dietitians, and other healthcare professionals have a growing list of science-based strategies to use in addressing these problems. Healthcare…

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Digestion is extraordinarily complex, and there is a long list of ways it can go wrong. From constipation to bloating, digestive disorders can cause significant distress for infants and children as they develop. Fortunately, with emerging research on the microbiota, doctors, dietitians, and other healthcare professionals have a growing list of science-based strategies to use in addressing these problems. Healthcare…

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The 4th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2015 gave us the opportunity to talk to Joël Doré, Research Director at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - INRA) about the gut microbiota and its role as a “microbial ID”. In this video, Joël Doré delves into this facet of our gut bacteria,…

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The 4th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit 2015 gave us the opportunity to talk to Joël Doré, Research Director at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - INRA) about the gut microbiota and its role as a “microbial ID”. In this video, Joël Doré delves into this facet of our gut bacteria,…

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