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A western diet significantly modifies the mucosa of the host's colon, in particular the mucus layer. In an animal model, ingestion of fiber and of a strain of Bifidobacterium is thought to help compensate for its effects. This issue warrants close monitoring in the case of Chronic Inflammatory Bowel...
The WHO defines probiotics1 as “live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host”. Essential criteria to be considered when selecting a probiotic Not all probiotics are equal when it comes to their beneficial effects, whether they are yeasts...
Symbiotics are products that combine prebiotics and probiotics to improve the benefits for the microbiota. Synbiotics consist of a combination of prebiotics and probiotics1,2. The latter help restore the microbiota balance in cases of dysbiosis, and the former provide the energy the bacteria need...