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Newsletter #143
January 24th, 2019

Editorial

Dear Friends,

In this edition of our newsletter, we are glad to share a recap of the most significant achievements in gut microbiome science in 2018, a year with the highest number of scientific papers published on this topic in the past two decades. You will also find a new scoping review on how non-medicinal therapies such as diet, exercise and psychotherapy should be used as an adjunctive treatment in the management of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Next up is another review showing how the microbiome can be considered a therapeutical target for treating inflammatory diseases such as allergies. Also in this newsletter, a new study has found the interindividual variation in human gut microbiome composition outweighs the effect of dietary proteins and saturated fats.

Finally, we have a new article that concludes that the probiotic Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum CECT 7765 restores some of the neurochemical and behavioral changes found in diet-induced obese mice.

The GMFH publishing team

The most significant achievements in gut microbiome science in 2018

Lifestyle interventions play an adjunct role in managing inflammatory bowel disease

 

The use of complementary alternative medicine (CAM) is common among patients living with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). For the purpose of this article, CAM is defined as therapies that go beyond traditional pharmacological approaches. Patients turn to...

An update on the microbiome and allergic diseases

 

Allergic diseases include heterogenous inflammatory pathologies such as respiratory, cutaneous and food allergies. They are characterized by an immunological response with T lymphocytes as the main effector T cells, which promote the induction of...

Personal microbiome fingerprint outweighs dietary protein and saturated fat in human gut microbiome composition

 

Although twin studies have shown that the gut microbiota includes a heritable component, environmental factors relating to diet, drugs and demographic and anthropometric traits are all...

Bifidobacterium pseudocatenulatum attenuates obesity-related behavioral changes in mice

 

Obesity is currently at pandemic proportions and not only impairs metabolic homeostasis, but is also a risk factor for psychological disorders including...

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