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ISAPP Newsletter – November 2021

ISAPP has always been centered around the science of probiotics and prebiotics, but increasingly its purview extends to all the 'biotics' and related substances: probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics, postbiotics and fermented foods. ISAPP board members and colleagues are working on initiatives related to many of these, which you'll hear about in the months ahead.

ISAPP recently held a members-only webinar on current issues in probiotic quality -- find the main points in our recent blog post.

We also provide an update from Ghana in the newest blog post in our Students and Fellows Association series on probiotic and prebiotic research in Africa.

Finally, check out our highlighted resource – an infographic describing how probiotics and prebiotics relate to the gut microbiota. Stay tuned for some brand new language translations of our infographics next month.

Current issues in probiotic quality: An update for industry

Current issues in probiotic quality: An update for industry

Not all probiotic products on the market are alike in terms of quality. With probiotic dietary supplement use growing globally and consumers becoming more aware of the differences between products, it's more important than ever for industry to be aware of current best practices for producing high-quality probiotics. This post covers the topics in ISAPP’s recent webinar on the activities of the United States Pharmacopoeia related to probiotic quality.
Probiotics and Fermented foods Research - The APR Lab, University of Ghana

Probiotics and Fermented foods Research - The APR Lab, University of Ghana

This SFA blog post by Elmer Ametefe, in the department of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Ghana, describes research activities related to local Ghanaian sources of live microorganisms and fermented foods, which are focused on the health of both humans and poultry.

ISAPP's educational infographic: Effects of Probiotics and Prebiotics on Our Microbiota

This month, we highlight one of our most frequently downloaded infographics: Effects of Probiotics and Prebiotics on Our Microbiota. This infographic is available in English as well as German, Japanese, Polish and Russian. Interested in using this or any of the ISAPP infographics or videos to share accurate science in this field? See here for information on permission to use these ISAPP materials for presentations and other purposes.
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