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Newsletter #185
November 25th, 2021

Editorial

Dear Friends,

This time, our newsletter begins with an article signed by Rene van den Wijngaard about a new pilot randomized, doubled-blind, placebo-controlled trial that suggest the potential of spore-forming probiotics in patients with functional dyspepsia. 

Next up, a new proof-of-principle study reveals that supplementing low-fermentable fiber following fecal microbiota transplantation may improve insulin sensitivity in individuals with severe obesity. You will also come across new proof-of-concept findings from INRAE suggesting that the combined targeting of host inflammation and the state of the gut microbiota could be an approach worth considering for increasing remission in patients with ulcerative colitis. 

Finally, a new study shows that fermented-food diet may increase microbiome diversity and decrease markers of inflammation. 

Happy reading! 

The GMFH publishing team

Spore-forming probiotic blend shows potential for managing functional dyspepsia in adults

The potential benefits of fecal microbiota transplantation in obesity could rely on supplementation of low-fermentable fiber

Gut microbiota and host inflammation states could pave the way for personalized treatments for ulcerative colitis remission

Fermented foods show potential in increasing gut microbial diversity and modulating immune responses

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