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It is not for no reason that increasing fibre in your diet is recommended.  Contained in fruits, legumes, veggies and whole grains, this carbohydrate helps keep you healthy, with its virtues backed up by scientific evidence: a diet rich in fibre reduces your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes and arthritis, among other things. Also, and more importantly, it seems…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina

It is not for no reason that increasing fibre in your diet is recommended.  Contained in fruits, legumes, veggies and whole grains, this carbohydrate helps keep you healthy, with its virtues backed up by scientific evidence: a diet rich in fibre reduces your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes and arthritis, among other things. Also, and more importantly, it seems…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina

Deep inside your small intestine is a region that’s critical in the body’s immune system: the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). At this site, your body’s cells interact with both microbes and immune cells, and the results of their interactions decide whether you will tolerate the things encountered in the gut—whether a particular food molecule or a foreign microbe—or alternatively, whether…

Kristina Campbell
La escritora científica Kristina Campbell (M.Sc), residente en la Columbia Británica, en Canadá, es especializada en comunicación sobre microbiota intestinal, salud digestiva y nutrición. Autora del existoso libro Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook, ha publicado sus artículos como freelance en revistas del mundo entero. Kristina se unió al equipo de edición de Gut Microbiota for Health en 2014. Pueden seguir a Kristina en: GoogleTwitter

Deep inside your small intestine is a region that’s critical in the body’s immune system: the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). At this site, your body’s cells interact with both microbes and immune cells, and the results of their interactions decide whether you will tolerate the things encountered in the gut—whether a particular food molecule or a foreign microbe—or alternatively, whether…

Kristina Campbell
La escritora científica Kristina Campbell (M.Sc), residente en la Columbia Británica, en Canadá, es especializada en comunicación sobre microbiota intestinal, salud digestiva y nutrición. Autora del existoso libro Well-Fed Microbiome Cookbook, ha publicado sus artículos como freelance en revistas del mundo entero. Kristina se unió al equipo de edición de Gut Microbiota for Health en 2014. Pueden seguir a Kristina en: GoogleTwitter
Meet Your Microbiome by SciShow

Gut microbiota plays a role in our digestion and immune system, and much more. This original video produced by SciShow, provides information about the latest research into hot topics like Clostridium difficile infection and faecal microbiota transplantation, as well as inflammatory bowel disease, dysbiosis, and probiotics.

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Meet Your Microbiome by SciShow

Gut microbiota plays a role in our digestion and immune system, and much more. This original video produced by SciShow, provides information about the latest research into hot topics like Clostridium difficile infection and faecal microbiota transplantation, as well as inflammatory bowel disease, dysbiosis, and probiotics.

GMFH Editing Team

Many people, when they hear the word "bacteria", think of dirt or disease. It is true, however, that the trillions of bacteria living in our gut, which make up our gut microbiota, carry out duties that are key to our survival. Not only do they help us digest certain foods and extract nutrients and vitamins, they also educate our immune…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina

Many people, when they hear the word "bacteria", think of dirt or disease. It is true, however, that the trillions of bacteria living in our gut, which make up our gut microbiota, carry out duties that are key to our survival. Not only do they help us digest certain foods and extract nutrients and vitamins, they also educate our immune…

Cristina Sáez
Cristina Sáez es periodista freelance especializada en ciencia. Trabaja para diversos medios de comunicación, como el diario La Vanguardia, donde coordina la sección de ciencia Big Vang; y colabora con centros de investigación y sociedades científicas. Su trabajo periodístico ha sido reconocido, entre otros, con el Premio de Periodismo en Medicina Boerhinger Ingelheim 2015. El Twitter de Cristina @saez_cristina
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It is not for no reason that increasing fibre in your diet is recommended.  Contained in fruits, legumes, veggies and whole grains, this carbohydrate helps keep you healthy, with its virtues backed up by scientific…

Deep inside your small intestine is a region that’s critical in the body’s immune system: the gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). At this site, your body’s cells interact with both microbes and immune cells, and the…

Meet Your Microbiome by SciShow

Gut microbiota plays a role in our digestion and immune system, and much more. This original video produced by SciShow, provides information about the latest research into hot topics like Clostridium difficile infection and faecal…

Many people, when they hear the word "bacteria", think of dirt or disease. It is true, however, that the trillions of bacteria living in our gut, which make up our gut microbiota, carry out duties…