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Li Jiao says: “One new contribution to this work is that we looked at the microbiome associated with colonic mucosa,” “Most other studies of the human gut microbiome have used fecal samples. We looked at the colon mucosal-associated microbiome because we know that this microbiome is different from that in the fecal samples. It is also said to be more related to human immunity and the host-microbiome interaction than the microbiome in fecal samples” External link

nutritioninsight Wednesday, July 17, 2019 3:18:00 PM CEST

Li Jiao says: “Other factors, such as aging, genetics or certain medications, also influence the risk of disease but we cannot modify them,” “Diet, on the other hand, can be modified and thus provides a strategy to develop a microbiome that promotes healthy living. We suggest that modifying the microbiome through diet may be a part of a plan to reduce the risk of chronic diseases” External link

nutritioninsight Wednesday, July 17, 2019 3:18:00 PM CEST

Li Jiao said: "One new contribution to this work is that we looked at the microbiome associated with colonic mucosa," "Most other studies of the human gut microbiome have used fecal samples. We looked at colon mucosal-associated microbiome because we know that this microbiome is different from that in the fecal samples, and it is said to be more related to human immunity and the host-microbiome interaction than the microbiome in fecal samples" External link

sciencedaily Monday, July 15, 2019 11:41:00 PM CEST

Li Jiao said: "Other factors, such as aging, genetics or certain medications, also influence the risk of disease but we cannot modify them," "Diet, on the other hand, can be modified and thus provides a strategy to develop a microbiome that promotes healthy living. We suggest that modifying the microbiome through diet may be a part of a plan to reduce the risk of chronic diseases" External link

sciencedaily Monday, July 15, 2019 11:41:00 PM CEST

Li Jiao said: "One new contribution to this work is that we looked at the microbiome associated with colonic mucosa," "Most other studies of the human gut microbiome have used fecal samples. We looked at colon mucosal-associated microbiome because we know that this microbiome is different from that in the fecal samples, and it is said to be more related to human immunity and the host-microbiome interaction than the microbiome in fecal samples" External link

eurekalert Monday, July 15, 2019 10:58:00 PM CEST

Li Jiao said: "Other factors, such as aging, genetics or certain medications, also influence the risk of disease but we cannot modify them," "Diet, on the other hand, can be modified and thus provides a strategy to develop a microbiome that promotes healthy living. We suggest that modifying the microbiome through diet may be a part of a plan to reduce the risk of chronic diseases" External link

eurekalert Monday, July 15, 2019 10:58:00 PM CEST

Jeffrey Gordon afirma: “Se han encontrado diferencias entre las comunidades microbianas de distintos grupos de individuos que se asocian con trastornos del desarrollo neurológico como el autismo, y también enfermedades degenerativas como el Párkinson” External link

vogue Saturday, July 13, 2019 11:12:00 AM CEST

Yılmaz Kaya dedi: “Yaz aylarında sıcağın etkisiyle terle kaybettiğimiz suyun yanında potasyum gibi bazı mineralleri yerine koymak ve dengeli beslenmek için ayran tüketimi önemlidir” External link

haber-mynet Friday, July 12, 2019 8:55:00 AM CEST

Yılmaz Kaya dedi: “Yaz aylarında hava sıcaklıklarındaki artış ve beslenmedeki değişiklikler yüksek tansiyon, kalp yetmezliği ve koroner kalp hastalıklarında artışa sebep olmaktadır. Sıcak havalarda terleme ile ortaya çıkan su ve mineral kaybı sonucu; baş dönmesi, bayılma hissi gibi sağlık problemleri de görülebilir. Bu sebeplerle su tüketimi her yılın trendleri arasında bulunmaktadır. Su sağlıklı beslenmenin en temel parçası olmakla beraber vücudumuzda oluşan atık maddelerin ve toksinlerin vücuttan atılmasına ve sağlığın korunmasına yardımcıdır. Yaz ayları için günlük ortalama 2 litre su tüketimi gerekmektedir. Ayrıca egzersiz yapıldığında daha fazla su tüketmeye dikkat etmek gerekir” External link

haber-mynet Friday, July 12, 2019 8:55:00 AM CEST

Jeroen Raes zegt: "Al die nieuwe ontdekkingen zijn ongelofelijk spannend" "Maar één ding mogen we niet uit het oog verliezen: het onderzoek naar de connecties tussen onze darmen en ons brein is nog heel jong. Dit zijn de eerste studies en we hebben nog een heel lange weg te gaan. We staan nog maar aan het begin" External link

deredactie Sunday, June 23, 2019 4:18:00 AM CEST

Axel Sjöblad säger: – Det är uppmuntrande att författarna föreslår att L. reuteri kan användas för att minska användningen av systemisk antibiotika och därigenom, potentiellt, minska risken för antibiotikaresistens, External link

dinamediciner Sunday, June 16, 2019 5:19:00 PM CEST

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