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It’s time to delve into the world of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) and the crucial role they play in maintaining digestive health to gain a deeper understanding of how they contribute to overall well-being.

Discover the gut fungi world and their role in human health through our new infographic! Learn about their contribution to nutrient production, metabolism, defense against harmful microorganisms, and the establishment of healthy gut bacteria.

Inflammatory bowel disease covers chronic inflammatory conditions of the gastrointestinal tract, such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Find out more about the typical and atypical forms of IBD and what science knows about how the gut microbiota is involved in its development.

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What to eat or not to eat as a means of reducing IBD symptoms is one of the main queries a patient might have following diagnosis. Although there is no simple answer and dietary changes are not a substitute for medical therapy, to help consider this question, we have prepared a new infographic on the dietary components to promote and limit in patients with IBD.

What leads a journalist or writer to publish another book about the large community of bacteria living in the gut? To answer this question, we spoke to Cristina Sáez, a science journalist who, in conjunction with Spanish organization Fundación Alicia, has recently published a book on the subject called La ciencia de la microbiota.

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Studies over the last decade have brought new hope that gut microbiome-targeted therapeutics might offer novel treatments for obesity. In this post, we ask whether dietary interventions, prebiotics, probiotics and medication that target the microbiome are useful for weight management.

The 11th Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit focused on emerging gut microbiome-targeted treatments in digestive, immune and cardiometabolic health. This post highlights the major take-aways from the conference and explores how they might impact clinical practice in the foreseeable future.

Following the GMFH 2022 Year at a Glance report, it is time for a flashback in the latest research on cancer microbiome. This post ranges between the epidemiology, etiology and diagnosis of cancer, looking at the role of fungal and bacterial gut microbiome in all three health care branches.