Recent statistics reveal that lactose intolerance is on the rise, particuarly for women. What are the facts surrounding lactose digestion and what are the clinical implications?
In today's podcast Belinda Reynolds takes us through the changing understanding of how the human microbiome is seeded from birth to infancy and beyond
We are probably in the habit of recommending key dietary interventions for chronic disease - but how in-depth are we getting with our advice for acute immunity - eg. infections, coughs, colds and flus? Dr Mark Donohoe, as always, delivers some interesting and salient points.
Keeping Daycare and School-age children well in the winter months is a challenge. This study provides some insight into how combining Vitamin C and probiotics can help reduce upper respiratory tract infections in kids.
This podcast explores the many facets of managing the commensal and pathogenic organisms that live within and upon for supporting wellbeing.
Research shows we emit a microbial cloud into our surroundings that is as unique as a fingerprint.
Bacteria communicate electrically, just like brain neurons with long-range signalling capacity, according to a recent study.
For the first time, researchers have shown in an experimental model that commensal bacteria may affect hunger and satiety through their influence on gut-brain signals and activation of appetite-regulated brain neurons.