#GMFH10years – Let’s celebrate together!

It’s been 10 years since our team came together with a mission to share knowledge about the science of the gut microbiota with researchers, health professionals and the rest of the world!

To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we will be sharing amazing new content throughout 2022, including special articles and video interviews with experts from around the world, both on our website and via our social media channels. Make sure you don’t miss a thing by following the official hashtag (#GMFH10years) and subscribing to our newsletters!

GMFH 10th anniversary

Want to know more about the history of GMFH? Take a look at the infographic we have prepared with the key moments from the past 10 years.

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The GMFH expert committee members have been an essential part for the project’s growth over the past decade. Don’t miss our latest video where you can hear about their favorite GMFH memories!

It has been 10 years since GMFH was launched with the aim of disseminating the latest gut microbiome research to the lay public, healthcare professionals and scientists alike. In this article, members of the GMFH board of experts share their pick of the most significant advances in the field, outlining their clinical impact and implications for further research.

Dr. Hervé Blottière updates us on what current studies say about when bacteria first colonize the body and the impact of that process on infant health.

Dr. James Versalovic updates what we know so far about the contribution of an altered gut microbiota to the development of the IBS and the available science-backed tools for relieving symptoms.

Dr. Stéphane Schneider explains what recent studies have shown regarding the importance of taking care of what you eat for preventing or better controlling type 2 diabetes through the gut microbiome.

What happens in your gut may affect distal organs that are not apparently connected to your gut. Dr. Premysl Bercik explores what recent studies have shown regarding the association between the microbiome and neurological disorders.

Your body is surrounded and contains a huge diversity of microorganisms, most of which are not only harmless but essential. Dr. Joël Doré explains the importance of bringing balance to your inner microbial world for maintaining and improving health.

Are you familiar with the “biotic” family? As part of the GMFH 10th-anniversary interviews, we asked Dr. Mary Ellen Sanders to explain a little more about this concept and the health benefits provided by this group of substances.

Prof. Patrice D. Cani updates the health effects of Akkermansia muciniphila as one of the most widely studied gut bacteria for weight management.

Adverse reactions to food are on the rise and include both food sensitivities and food intolerances. Learn more about the differences between the two and the most important factor to consider before going on a restrictive diet.