Last year, we celebrated Gut Microbiota for Health’s 10th anniversary, marking a decade of bringing you the latest news and research on gut microbiota and its impact on health.
Throughout 2022, we had the pleasure of sharing some amazing video interviews, covering the most significant advances in the gut microbiome field: food intolerances and sensitivities; the role of Akkermansia muciniphila in alleviating metabolic syndrome; the ‘biotics’ family; our close relationship with microbes; the microbiota-gut-brain axis and irritable bowel syndrome; microbiome and type 2 diabetes; and early life and gut colonization.
Over the years, our expert committee has worked tirelessly to ensure we bring you the most accurate and up-to-date information on the gut microbiota. Their dedication has enabled us to share the latest research and insights with our readers, helping to advance our understanding of the role the gut microbiota plays in our health and well-being. To wrap up this year of celebration, we wanted to share some heartfelt reflections on their experiences with the GMFH project.
As we move forward into the next decade, we remain committed to sharing knowledge and promoting debate to raise awareness of and generate interest in the gut bacterial community and its importance for our health and quality of life, among the scientific and medical community and society in general. We thank you for your continued support and look forward to bringing you more insights and information in the years to come.
Stay tuned for more exciting updates and don’t forget to check out these individual interviews with our experts:
- #GMFH10years: 10 years of the Gut Microbiota for Health World Summit. An interview with Francisco Guarner
- Food intolerances vs food sensitivities: separating the wheat from the chaff. An interview with Elena Verdú
- Pasteurized Akkermansia muciniphila: a new bacterium to fight metabolic syndrome? An interview with Patrice Cani
- Does the “biotic” family ring a bell? Here are some interesting facts about this group of microorganisms. An interview with Mary Ellen Sanders
- You are yourself and your gut microbes: why teaming with microbes matters for maintaining health. An interview with Joël Doré
- Digestive and mental health are closely connected and thanks to our gut microbes, scientists may know why. An interview with Premysl Bercik
- Lifestyle management for type 2 diabetes: it’s all about what’s inside. An interview with Stéphane Schneider
- Clues provided by the microbiota-gut-brain connection may help improve IBS diagnosis and management. An interview with James Versalovic
- When do microbes first arrive in the intestinal tract and what does it mean for a newborn’s health? An interview with Hervé Blottière