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Eat walnuts, it’s good for your microbiota!

Considered as “super foods,” walnuts may help us live longer and healthier lives. But how? Probably by changing the composition of the intestinal microbiota.   The consumption of walnuts, which are rich in omega-3s, fiber, and antioxidants, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases a...
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome: further evidence towards confirming the value of pro-and prebiotics

A recent review of the scientific literature supports the hypothesis that dysbiosis may be one of the causes of irritable bowel syndrome. This provides justification for further research into the use of prebiotics and probiotics.   Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestin...
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Dietary supplements for acne?

Acne is a complex skin disease that involves several mechanisms. Among them, the colonization of the cutaneous microbiota by Propionibacterium acnes requires this cutaneous condition to be treated with antibiotics. However, the massive use of these medications poses its own problems (development of ...
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Microbiota

The human microbiota corresponds to all the microorganisms that have colonized your body and with which you cohabitate: mainly bacteria, but also viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa. Its composition differs according to the surfaces colonized:  cutaneous microbiota, vaginal microbiota, urinary m...
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