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by Lisa Keilhofer
04.06.2021 15:45
by Lisa Keilhofer
Blood type as key factor for microbiome composition

What factors influence our gut microbiome? Up until today, science has detected a number of factors that have an impact on the composition of our microbiome.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
25.05.2021 08:00
by Lisa Keilhofer
CRUDE earns „Microbiome-friendly“ seal – as first soap-free cleanser/wash

“The skin care of the future is that of your ancestors”. This is the slogan of the US beauty brand CRUDE. An approach that strikes a chord with us – and that sounds Microbiome-friendly, generally. Less of what great grandmother did not know.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
11.05.2021 18:04
by Lisa Keilhofer
The mass extinction within

We all have come to face that we are amidst a gigantic mass extinction of global scope. The reasons for it are the rapid change that ecosystems are underlying, caused by climate change and utter destruction of habitats. In a nutshell, humans shape the planet faster than life on it is able to adjust to the new settings.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
19.04.2021 10:01
by Lisa Keilhofer
Aprinnova paving the way for microbiome-friendly cosmetics around the globe

Today we would like to introduce you to another combatant on our mission to a microbiome-friendly world. We are talking about the team of Aprinnova and we had the pleasure to certify their emollient Neossance™ Squalane microbiome-friendly.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Inge Lindseth
13.04.2021 15:02
by Inge Lindseth
When will you get a microbiome therapy tailored exactly to you?

Probiotics, and other microbiome directed therapies, represent a diverse array of products and approaches. But just how far have we come in terms of this kind of personalization? A new paper written by 16 industry and academic scientists gives us some pointers.

by Inge Lindseth
by Lisa Keilhofer
29.03.2021 15:43
by Lisa Keilhofer
Increasing multi-resistances because of antibiotics – and toothbrushes
A detailed study from Blaustein et.al, published in the Microbiome Journal, conducted detailed examinations on the microbial composition of toothbrushes. The authors scrutinized 34 toothbrushes and sequenced the collected samples.
by Lisa Keilhofer
by Dr. Lisa Bäumer
27.02.2021 11:56
by Dr. Lisa Bäumer
Social distancing in times of pandemic: a double-edged sword for human health

Some of the most important decisions in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic include avoiding interpersonal contact, disinfecting hands after touching skills and following forces rules of breathing etiquette. At the same time we notice that we are increasingly lacking social contacts.

by Dr. Lisa Bäumer
by Lisa Keilhofer
26.01.2021 14:15
by Lisa Keilhofer
How typical microbes of pets, siblings and the location influence our airways

A study revealed that factors like location, siblings, and pets do have an influence on the composition of the microbiome in the bedding. Also, a low correlation between that microbiome and the one in the children’s airways was reported.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
18.01.2021 15:27
by Lisa Keilhofer
Lipoid Kosmetik earns “Microbiome-friendly” seal

Our latest member in the “Microbiome-friendly” family: Lipoid Kosmetik from Switzerland that is producing plant-based extracts and actives, and Lipoid GmbH from Germany that produces natural lecithin and phospholipids on Pharma-grade level.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
13.01.2021 13:02
by Lisa Keilhofer
House of GRŌ™ – First CBD products certified Microbiome-friendly

Let us introduce you to one more interesting product that we had the pleasure to certify microbiome-friendly, lately. We are talking about the brand of House of GRŌ, a US-American indie beauty brand that is working with formulas based on CBD and chaga. The seal was awarded to the After Dark Serum and WOKE.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
20.12.2020 12:58
by Lisa Keilhofer
Prerequisites for a quick recovery after the intake of antibiotics

Antibiotics are today among the most common options of medication, despite the knowledge that it does not only kill pathogens, but also harms the useful microbes. After a course of antibiotics, some patients recover faster and some take some time to fully recover.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
24.11.2020 10:05
by Lisa Keilhofer
MyMicrobiome compares Microbiome test kits

Evaluation of microbiome test kits:  Some products score with being particularly user friendly, also for clients not home in the digital world. Others comes with personal consultancy and the some with especially profound scientific methods.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
23.11.2020 11:40
by Lisa Keilhofer
Fecal transplant from mother to baby compensates microbial deficiency after CS

Caesarean section children have been shown to be more prone to various diseases, including inflammatory bowel disease, rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease. A newly released study be the University of Helsinki shows that fecal transplant from mother to child after birth could be the solution.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
14.10.2020 14:32
by Lisa Keilhofer
What’s the matter with that ongoing disinfecting of everything?

What’s the matter with that ongoing disinfecting of everything? Of course, hygiene is important. Nevertheless, we would like to raise the question of who came up with the rule that hands, tables, door handles, and other surfaces have to be disinfected constantly.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
16.09.2020 11:53
by Lisa Keilhofer
What happens when a (THE!) virus infects your lung – and which circumstances lead to a mild course?

It has been about nine months now, that the new Corona virus is on its conquest around the globe. It forwards from host to host, efficiently spreading on every continent. Proud of being a serious and independent platform, we refrained from publishing any news on the matter in the first months of insecurity.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
03.08.2020 10:40
by Lisa Keilhofer
Probiotics – High potential with potentially high risk

The pharma industry has a new showpiece: probiotics. And we are already highly influenced by the marketing strategies of the companies. Are you ready for a little proof test? Which of the following keywords have you heard of: Hyaluron, antioxidants, L. casei cultures. And what specific effect do they have?

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
18.07.2020 09:57
by Lisa Keilhofer
Its not only about inner values

Many people do not know that our skin counts as an organ andin factis the biggest of all. An adult skin sums up to 1.5 to 2 qm and outweighs the associatedskeleton. Losing only 20% of the skin means the sure death. So, let’s shed some light on our skin!

by Lisa Keilhofer
stool sample
by Lisa Keilhofer
02.07.2020 13:24
by Lisa Keilhofer
Stool as Indicator for Diseases

The article starts off explaining in detail what the human microbiome is all about. Assuming that the target group on the magazine is above all scientists, alumni, students, and employees of TUM, we can derive that even in this presumingly educated readership of academics, general awareness on the microbiome is still lacking.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
19.06.2020 10:58
by Lisa Keilhofer
The gut and its bacteria are the latest stars

The discipline formerly ridiculed as “poop science” turned out to be in fact pretty important, also to the average pooper, and is nowadays in the center of attention. “Fecal transplant” as a therapy, also today is kind of intimidating to most and far from being standard, but the acceptance has risen.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Stefanie Wisshak
02.06.2020 10:54
by Stefanie Wisshak
An effective treatment for bacterial vaginosis

Many women suffer from recurring bacterial vaginosis – an imbalance in the bacterial composition in favour of pathogenic bacteria in the vagina. Under unfavourable influences, the healthy vaginal flora can change and an increase in bacteria can occur, which can lead to undesirable symptoms.

by Stefanie Wisshak

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