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There is now clear evidence that obesity is linked to changes in gut microflora. Earlier studies have shown that populations of gut bacteria in the obese are different from those in lean people, and that, when obese people lose weight, … Continue reading
While taking an antibiotic can, in some circumstances, be a life-saving intervention, it will also inevitably lay waste vast numbers of indigenous intestinal microorganisms – a loss from which we may only slowly, and possibly never completely recover, as less … Continue reading
Of the 100 trillion ‘friendly’ bacteria, from hundreds of different species, that we each carry around in our gut, only a few may have a special role in shaping our immune responses, but one of this select group involved in … Continue reading
New research from the Stanford University School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital & Clinics suggests that taking a freely available probiotic supplement after gastric bypass surgery can help obese patients lose weight more quickly. Having found that, at three months, … Continue reading