For decades, researchers have worked to improve cacao fermentation by controlling the microbes involved.
If you read about children's health, you've heard a lot of this before: Microbes, vilified because they cause infectious diseases, can be beneficial to a child's well-being.
Scientists have found that intestinal nitrogen plays a key role in regulating gut microbes, a finding that may help better understand how our diet impacts the microbiota.
Microbes are in, on, and around us in a way that's sort of mind-blowing. It's become clear that these little critters have a lot of influence over the way we live our lives.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine (UC San Diego) have found an association between migraines and microbes that reduce nitrates.
A new study has said indicated that the relationship between our diet and its components, and the bacteria in our gut, is more complex that we may have thought earlier.
The study indicated that consuming cooked food brings about a fundamental change in the microbiome present in the gut.
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Those harmless looking hand-dryers in public bathrooms aren't so harmless after all! According to an interesting study published in the Journal of Hospital Infection, modern-day hand dryers in public bathrooms spread 27 times more bacteria ...
A new study by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis claims to have found a specific microbe in human gut that can break down and metabolise a chemical common in processed foods.