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Newsletter #183
July 15th, 2021

Editorial

Dear Friends,

This time, our newsletter begins with an article by Joël Doré about new findings that identify how irritable bowel syndrome symptom severity is related to both a higher intake of foods with poor nutritional quality and gut microbiome features.  

Next up, Patrice Cani explains to us about Dysosmobacter welbionis, a newly isolated human butyrate-producing bacterium that might counteract some features of obesity. You will also come across an article by Stéphane Schneider discussing new observational findings in Chinese patients with acute ischemic stroke, in which reduced short-chain fatty acid levels are associated with an increased risk of 90-day poor functional outcomes.

Finally, a panel of experts under the auspices of the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics (ISAPP) updates the definition and scope of postbiotics.

Happy reading! 

The GMFH publishing team

Poor eating habits and gut microbes’ carbohydrate metabolism can drive IBS symptom severity

A newly isolated human butyrate-producing bacterium might counteract some features of obesity

Short-chain fatty acids emerge as a potential predictor of poor functional outcome of stroke

Beyond living microbes: scientists provide a definition of postbiotics

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