Now it looks like the microbiomes in other parts of our bodies may also play an important role in disease. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have identified significant differences in the breast bacteria of women ...
Scientists studying yo-yo dieting in mice say the tendency for people to regain excess weight rapidly after successfully slimming may well be due to their microbiome - the trillions of microorganisms in the gut.
The study indicated that consuming cooked food brings about a fundamental change in the microbiome present in the gut.
The study published in the journal Cell Metabolism revealedthat antibiotics change the composition and metabolism of the gut microbiome in mice. But they also said that the diet may mitigate these changes.
Gut microbes play a key role in processing dietary components such as fats, giving them a powerful influence over whether anti-inflammatory or pro-inflammatory molecules end up in the gut.
According to researchers from the Genetic Science Centre at the University of Utah, over-cleaning can damage the good bacteria in your body.
Prebiotics, unlike probiotics, are not destroyed in the body, and a recent study states that they can help induce good sleep after a stressful event.
Oral hygiene is one of the most important aspects of keeping healthy. Many experts have claimed that oral bacteria may affect your stomach health in more ways than one, so it becomes even more necessary ...
Researchers have found that WBV (Whole Body Vibration) alters the microbiome that helps protect us from invaders and also help digest our food.
A new short-term study has said that consuming a vegan diet or a diet entirely based on plant-based foods may boost the microbiome, resulting in lowered risk of diabetes and improved regulation of weight.