microbiome

Study suggests gut healing should precede probiotic therapy
Apr 05, 19
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A recent study has suggested maintaining gut barrier function may be key to efficacy of probiotics on oxidative stress and inflammatory response.

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Feb 25, 19
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The intestinal microbiome is a complex signalling hub that incorporates environmental factors, such as diet, stress and xenobiotics, with genetics and immune signals to influence host immunity and response to infection.[1-3] Within the last decade, we have begun to understand the importance of this interdependent bilateral interaction between the host and its microbiota and how its mutually beneficial balance is crucial in host defence and immune health.[1]

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The Vaginal Microbiome with Dr Jessica Younes

Sep 03, 18
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In this podcast, with the help of Dr Jessica Younes we explore the complexities and the outside influences of the vaginal microbiota. 

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Jul 13, 18
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It is understood that the microbiome differs from person to person, even varying in the same individual at different stages of life, thus influencing which genes are active at any given time. How is this influencing autoimmunity?

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May 25, 18
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Natural constituents of plants can have powerful antimicrobial and antibiofilm effects on potentially pathogenic bacteria, while promoting aggregation and biofilm formation of beneficial probiotic bacteria, according to a recent in vitro study. 

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How Sugar Disables Immunity with Amie Skilton

May 02, 18
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In today's podcast we're joined by Amie Skilton who takes us through how, at a cellular level, sugar is compromising our immune resilience.

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The Drivers of Adult Acne with Rebecca Hughes

Apr 11, 18
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For some people, acne can be a chronic condition persisting well into adulthood. The impact is more than just physical, having far-reaching impacts into a person's mental, emotional and social wellbeing.

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Mar 23, 18
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GIT microbiota and mitochondrial crosstalk appears to occur primarily via complex endocrine, humoural and immune pathway signalling.

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