by Gastautor
2019-03-13 09:14
by Gastautor

An expert interview with Dr. Ing. Tewodros Debebe on the subject of microbes. More about his favorite microbes, what they are good for and how long these microbes already exist.

by Gastautor
by Lisa Keilhofer
2019-03-04 13:28
by Lisa Keilhofer

Studies on smoking and the impact on the microbiome are rare, but pretty explicit. To put it in a nutshell: guess what, smoking is not good for you.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Cara Koehler
2019-02-21 11:55
by Cara Koehler

From the moment you were born, your microbiome was growing up alongside (or rather, inside) you! Your mother and, if you were nursed, her breastmilk is where it all began. Scientists believe the first three years of life are the most crucial for our developing microbiomes.

by Cara Koehler
by Cara Koehler
2019-02-11 11:42
by Cara Koehler

In recent years, scientists and laymen alike have been turning to the microbiome with renewed interest to explore its interaction with human disease. Now, gut microbiota are even rearing their heads in popular entertainment.

by Cara Koehler
by Gastautor
2019-01-28 13:55
by Gastautor

Phrases such as "You are what you eat" or "The human body is home for more than twice as many microorganisms than body cells" are often used when you read about the microbiome.

by Gastautor
by Lisa Keilhofer
2019-01-21 16:10
by Lisa Keilhofer

Dirt is Good. That is the title of a book by Rob Knight and Dr. Jack Gilbert published in summer 2018. Dr. Gilbert is one of the world’s leading microbiome scientists at University of Chicago.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
2019-01-14 18:43
by Lisa Keilhofer

In December 2018, Martin J. Blaser, New York University School of Medicine, published a short article in the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine (12/2018) on the state of the art in microbiotic research and his personal evaluation of it.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
2019-01-07 15:43
by Lisa Keilhofer

In mid-November 2018, the German-French TV channel ARTE broadcasted a documentary called “The Intelligent Stomach – Our Second Brain”.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Cara Koehler
2018-12-20 13:52
by Cara Koehler

Science has already made huge progress in understanding the workings (and failings) of human gut microbiota, but in the past decade, researchers are coming up for air and finding that there is as much to explore right on the surface of our bodies as there is on the inside.

by Cara Koehler
by Lisa Keilhofer
2018-12-12 11:36
by Lisa Keilhofer

The November edition of the science magazine “Nature Biotechnology” published an evaluation of 18 microbiome experts on the state of the art of microbiome research, where they shed some light on current trends, chances and problems.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
2018-12-10 13:23
by Lisa Keilhofer
To begin with, scientists knew all along that the life saver antibiotic will not work forever, but only until resistance has developed. Meanwhile, this fact has also sunken into common sense.
by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
2018-11-29 10:18
by Lisa Keilhofer

Beginning of October 2018, a team of four US-scientists has released an urgent call to preserve almost lost microbiome diversities.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Lisa Keilhofer
2018-11-13 09:25
by Lisa Keilhofer

In November 2018, the University of Minnesota published a study on the “westernization” and the loss of immigrant’s innate gut microbiomes.

by Lisa Keilhofer
by Kristin Neumann
2018-10-02 11:41
by Kristin Neumann

On September 13, 2018, the BAV Institute and the European Cosmetic Association ICADA organized the first expert seminar on microbiome cosmetics in Germany, MyMicrobiome (Dr. Neumann) moderated and reported on the seminar.

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
2018-09-11 11:16
by Kristin Neumann

An article published by BBC just a few days ago confused the probiotic community. Based on a scientific publication from a group of scientists in Israel (Weizman Institute), BBC used the headline Probiotics labelled 'quite useless'. This statement has to be taken with caution …

by Kristin Neumann
by Kristin Neumann
2018-08-29 10:28
by Kristin Neumann

In 1900 gastric cancerwas the leading cause of cancer death in the USA and other countries. This cancer has been decreased with the disappearance of the commensal stomach bacterium, which has been blamed to be the cause for gastric cancer. This is actually good news, but here comes the bad news right away: ...

by Kristin Neumann
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