In a recent study they tested prebiotics, found naturally in fermented foods, fresh vegetables, and foods high in fibre, and found similarly positive effects on stress. Nurturing your gut bacteria could change the way your brain functions!
An Irish news outlet covered the topic in their online article here.
The MyNewGut leaflet has been ‘refreshed’!
How will MyNewGut expand scientific knowledge, enhance public health and improve innovation? This leaflet gives further details on the project, including the Advisory Boards. New visuals present the project’s objectives and outcomes, for both professional and public audiences.
Click on the image below for a digital version of the leaflet.
This is reflected in the special issue of Trends in Food Science & Technology dedicated to MyNewGut, more specifically the researchers associated with the project and their original research in microbiome science.
Journal Link: http://bit.ly/unravellingthegut
Professor Yolanda Sanz, coordinator of the MyNewGut project, was interviewed by Gut Micriobiota for Health on the topic of gut microbes and metabolic health.
Yolanda answers questions on promising avenues of research for discovering the microbiota’s role in obesity and metabolic syndrome, personalization in diet-microbiome interactions, and new diagnostics based on gut microbiota.
Professor Ted Dinan (UCC) appeared in an interview for 3e on November 2nd 2016. In honour of World Stress Awareness Day the topic of the interview was stress and how it can impact on your physical and mental health, with a focus on how stress can affect your gut health and digestion.