The Many Benefits of Fermented Foods

6 Feb 2019

by GMFH Editing Team

Check out this infographic from the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) with examples of fermented probiotic foods that are beneficial to gut microbiota and, therefore, our health.

The scientific community has reacted to the publication in Cell that pointed to the reduced effectiveness of probiotics by questioning these investigations and defending the benefits of certain bacteria.

A new article published in Nature reveals new information about the link between gut microbiota and infant development, evolution and the transition from infancy to childhood.

Want to know what bifidobacteria can do for you or how you can increase their number? This infographic will help you learn about these key bacteria and why they are so important for your gut health.