The gut microbiome is the community of micro-organisms living inside the gastrointestinal tract, which performs many beneficial functions, including educating the immune system.
The disease is more severe in people with obesity, diabetes and hypertension — all conditions linked to changes in the gut microbiome.
Clinical trials involving probiotics are failing to report on the safety and harms of these treatments.
Gut microbe composition is fairly similar across a range of diseases.
Certain gut microbes have been associated with certain diseases, but a new study finds that the pattern of microbes is consistent across a range of diseases.
Gut microbe metabolites can tell us a lot about our health.
Six scientists on the supplements they take every day and why they take them.
Low fibre eaters gain weight more quickly and may be more susceptible to certain illnesses.
We don’t actually know whether probiotics have a measurable impact on digestive health.
The terms probiotics and prebiotics are appearing on more items in supermarket aisles all the time. Both words, their placement and the products they adorn, imply they’re good for you, that more of these…