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As coordinating institute of the MetaHIT consortium and leading expert in gut microbiota research, the French INRA (National Institute for Agricultural Research) has officially inaugurated on July 2nd, 2013 the MetaGenoPolis project. The project receives its €19 million funding from

It is often said that “we are what we eat” and, as research into the relationship between diet and the gut microbiota progresses, the expression becomes even more meaningful. It is well known that a diet rich in live cultures

“You are not human, you are a walking bacterial colony,” says the Belgian researcher Jeroen Raes, from the Flanders Institute of Biology, in this video from TEDxBrussels. Raes discusses issues that go from the gut microbiota’s size to its functions,

The Evolution Of Species And Their Microbiome

25 Jul 2013

by GMFH Editing Team

There are many questions surrounding the relationship between the functioning of our human body and the presence of the microbes that live in and on us. The current state of knowledge does not allow us to fully understand what impact

The Canadian Digestive Health Foundation organized the 4th annual Digestive Health Summit for Healthcare Professionals that took place on Tuesday 5th November, 2013 in Toronto at the Allstream Center. You can check the program and get additional information on their

Gastric bypass surgery has been revealed as an effective method for fighting morbid obesity, as this kind of intervention usually leads to a significant weight loss. Until now, scientists were not aware of the important role of the gut microbiota

Cancer and microbiota at canceropole

1 Jul 2013

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A conference about relation between gut microbiota and colorectal cancer (CRC) was organized by the Canceropole in Paris this June 28th. Experts presented their studies linking different topics : the host microbiota crosstalk, associations between bacteria and cancer and how