The end of 2017 is nearly here, so it’s time to look back on what has happened over the last 12 months and release our Top 10 of the most read gut microbiota articles of the year!

Throughout 2017 the gut microbiota research saw some major breakthroughs, and more than 50 articles have been published on our platform.

We would like to extend our very best wishes to you for the coming year and encourage you to join us in 2018 in order to keep up-to-date on the latest facts and news about the fascinating world of gut microbiota.

1- Your guide to the difference between fermented foods and probiotics

2- Infographics to answer all your questions about probiotics, prebiotics, and fermented foods

3- Studying how gluten reacts with bacteria in the gut helps advance treatments for celiac disease

4- Interview with Elena Verdú: “It is very important to have a medical diagnosis before starting any restrictive diet”

5- Association discovered between gut bacteria and brain activity in healthy humans

6- Psychobiotics, gut biomarkers, and the future of mental health

7- Breaking it down: Short-chain fatty acids and your health

8- Inflammation, gut microbiota, and obesity: What’s the link?

9- Well-Fed Microbiome: new book by science writer Kristina Campbell

10- Learning more about the gut microbiota (book recommendations)


For learning more on the gut microbiota top advancements in 2017 you can also check out our
new post in the GMFH Research & Practice section, selected for scientists and healthcare professionals!

 

Happy 2018!

GMFH Editing Team
GMFH Editing Team