Good as new? Scientists target gut microbes to reverse the effects of aging in middle age

The prebiotic compound inulin may promote growth of beneficial microbes in the gut and positively impact brain function – including learning and memory

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

04 Jul 2019 --- Supplementation with the pasteurized form of gut-bacteria Akkermansia muciniphila (A. muciniphila) has been found to reduce cardiovascular risk factors, moderate... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

01 Jul 2019 --- Fourteen varieties of oligosaccharides – a type of prebiotic that aids the growth of beneficial bacteria and protects against harmful varieties in the gut... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

28 Jun 2019 --- A high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet – similar to a keto or Atkins diet – may improve brain function and memory in older adults, according to new John... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

27 Jun 2019 --- Dietary fibers are enjoying a place in the health spotlight thanks to the growing body of scientific evidence supporting their contribution to a lowered risk of... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

26 Jun 2019 --- Proprietary microbiome therapies company MicroSintesis has closed a minority investment deal worth Can$16.4 million (US$12.4 million) with Northern Private Capital... Read More

trans