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Newsletter #69
June 2021
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Increasing awareness of celiac disease – An interview with Dr Elena Verdú
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Mediterranean diet: why would it be beneficial for the elderly?

Mediterranean diet: why would it be beneficial for the elderly?


A new study performed in the elderly from five European countries reveals that following a Mediterranean diet may positively affect the gut microbiota and health in this population...


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A healthy gut for a healthy heart? A 10-year study looks at the gut-heart connection

A healthy gut for a healthy heart? A 10-year study looks at the gut-heart connection


A new study suggests that the gut microbiota may be a novel avenue for exploring heart disease prevention...


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Gut microbiota disturbance following antibiotic use at an early age is associated with behavioral disorders in infants

Gut microbiota disturbance following antibiotic use at an early age is associated with behavioral disorders in infants


While there is a lack of studies aiming to understand how the gut microbiota evolves during infancy to cause neuronal disorders...


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A new study links poor gut health to high risk of more severe COVID-19

A new study links poor gut health to high risk of more severe COVID-19


Following a diverse diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fermented foods, could play a protective role against severe forms of COVID-19...


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Why the quality of your diet is the best recipe for a healthier gut microbiota and better health

Why the quality of your diet is the best recipe for a healthier gut microbiota and better health


Following a diverse diet, rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and fermented foods, could play a protective role against severe forms of COVID-19...


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Diet and food components can greatly impact the gut microbiota.

Diet and food components can greatly impact the gut microbiota.


Food, and its food components, nutrients or additives, can affect the composition and function of the gut microbiota…


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