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We asked Andrea Hardy, Fernando Azpiroz, and Joël Doré, about stool and gut microbiota testing, to know more about it and its limits.

GMFH reinforces its commitment to accurate, clear and verified information about the gut microbiota, its role in health and how it can be modified through both diet and nutrition.

Your gut microbiota and you grow old together

28 Feb 2020

by GMFH Editing Team

A new article on gut microbiota featured in National Geographic Magazine looks over the key functions these essential microorganisms have for human health through our lives.

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Consuming probiotics regularly along with a high fiber and gas producing diet may reduce gas and digestive upset, according to a recent study published in Nutrients.

Diet is your best ally for taking care of the gut microbiota. Scientists agree that the recipe for achieving a healthier gut microbiome includes eating more plants regularly with fermented foods containing probiotics.

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The benefits of fecal microbiota transplantation in treating Clostridioides difficile infection are well documented. Despite this, a new study concerns the transfer of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli in two immunocompromised adults.

Gut Microbiota for Health platform grows on the way of connecting the dots between gut microbiota, diet, nutrition and a healthy gut. We interviewed Paul Enck and Rene van den Wijngaard about the evolution of the GMFH project, highlighting the milestones achieved and news to come.

Individuals with obesity and type 2 diabetes have shown an altered gut microbiome composition. A new study has discovered tissue bacterial signatures linked to type 2 diabetes.