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Newsletter #12
April 2016
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Breast milk sugars stimulate the activity of gut bacteria, promoting healthy infant growth


Nearly 3.1 million children under five die every year due to poor nutrition, according to the World Food Programme, the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger. One in six infants (roughly 100 million) is underweight…


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Could the study of gut microbiota lead to a non-surgical treatment for morbid obesity?


The health of individuals with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher is severely at risk, yet the therapeutic options for addressing obesity are limited. Bariatric surgery, though invasive, is a very, some…


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A good social life may be linked to a healthy microbiota


"If you want to live longer, don’t be alone, surround yourself with people you love and with whom you can share life’s moments." More and more doctors are giving this kind of advice to their…


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A low-fibre diet could affect gut microbiota diversity over generations


Every time you eat whole grains, fresh fruit and vegetables - foods very rich in dietary fibre, which is a type of carbohydrate present in plants - you are not only taking care of your…


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