And older probiotic news

  • A nice newsletter [Syntrophy] describing dysbioaia – repairing dystfunctional host-microbiota
  • Your microbiome changes thru out the day.
  • Imbalance in Gut Bacteria can lead to cancer [article]
  • Gut bacteria Impacts blood-brain barrier [article] [article] [article]
  • VSL#3 probiotic reduces Liver Disease Severity[article]
  • Research on the chemicals in farts to diagnosis disease [article]
  • Retinoic acid [Vitamin A metabolite] as a dietary intervention restored lactobacilli that were downregulated in lupus-prone mice, and this correlated with improved symptoms.” [article]
    • “Clostridiaceae and Lachnospiraceae, both harboring butyrate-producing genera, were more abundant in the gut of lupus-prone mice at specific time points during lupus progression.”
  • “Frozen poop probiotics” [article] – 70% improved after 2 days/20 capsules. 90% [article]
  • Christensenella minuta, led to reduced weight gain.[article]
  • Gut bacteria impacts whether you get an infection [article]
    • “Individuals who became Campylobacter positive had a significantly higher abundance of Bacteroides (P = 0.007) and Escherichia (P = 0.002) species than those who remained culture negative. Furthermore, this group had a significantly higher abundance of Phascolarctobacterium (P = 0.017) and Streptococcus (P = 0.034) sequences than the Campylobacter-negative group, which had an overrepresentation of Clostridiales (P = 0.017), unclassified Lachnospiraceae (P = 0.008), and Anaerovorax (P = 0.015) sequences. Intraindividual…The relative abundances of Escherichia coli and Bacteroides species have been pointed out as important determinants of susceptibility to Gram-negative pathogens in general and Campylobacter infection in particular. “
  • “bacteria protect against infection by altering the composition of bile acids in the gut.” [article]
  • “Clostridium scindens, a bile acid 7á-dehydroxylating intestinal bacterium, is associated with resistance to C. difficile infection” [Article]
  • Jet lag impacts gut bacteria – “jet-lagged microbes from either mice or humans into germ-free mice, the rodents became more susceptible to glucose intolerance and diabetes.” [article]