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Un diagnostic de maladie cœliaque (MC ; une réaction auto-immune consécutive à l’ingestion de gluten) signifie, sans exception, une sentence à vie: ni blé, ni gluten. Même une infime quantité de gluten sera suffisante pour que…

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Un diagnostic de maladie cœliaque (MC ; une réaction auto-immune consécutive à l’ingestion de gluten) signifie, sans exception, une sentence à vie: ni blé, ni gluten. Même une infime quantité de gluten sera suffisante pour que…

Kristina Campbell est une rédactrice scientifique résidant en Colombie-Britannique spécialisée dans la communication sur le microbiote intestinal, la santé digestive et la nutrition. Elle a rejoint notre équipe d’édition en 2014. Kristina a récemment publié…

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Dietary fibre is a key nutrient for optimizing gut health and it has been previously documented that a fibre-deprived diet may have a negative impact on the colonic mucus layer and gut microbiota functionality. Resistant…

The Gut Microbiota for Health editing team is proud to bring you the latest document in our "Best of" series: Gut Microbiota & Gut-Brain axis! Understanding more about how the gut microbiome influences the bidirectional…

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On November 24th 2016, the Gairdner Foundation and the Farncombe Institute at McMaster University (Canada) held a joint symposium, “The Intestinal Microbiome: Beyond Associations and into the Clinic”. The meeting was organized by Dr. Stephen…

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