On the 23-26 of March 2017, Francois Blachier from the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA) spoke about how slight differences in the structure of bacterial metabolites may result in different significant effects on the gut cells.
Microbiome research is hitting the headlines in Ireland!
A cork-based research institute, APC Microbiome, compared oat beta glucans to plant stanol esters. While both reduced cholesterol levels in mice, oats also helped keep body weight down and benefited the gut microbiota.
Yolanda Sanz spoke about the role of the microbiome in the obesity epidemic in a Round Table in the Nutraceuticals Europe Summit & Expo in Madrid on 22-23 February 2017.
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.