A study led by Dan Knights at the University of Minnesota concludes that a varied diet helps maintain a stable microbiome, while also giving your body all the nutrients it needs to stay healthy.

During the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit, University of Michigan researcher Eric Martens explained why reading and understanding the labels of different types of fibers is so complicated for most people.

Diet greatly influences gut microbiota composition, and evidence shows how the way gut microbiota metabolizes our food may be more relevant than the actual food we eat.

New infographic to meet Lactobacilli

17 Apr 2019

by GMFH Editing Team

This infographic lets you find out more about Lactobacillus, one of gut microbiota’s main microorganisms, along with information on how it functions and in which foods it is present.