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    Embryos Show Early Signs of Immune Defense

    Researchers at the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG) have found that developing embryos show signs of an innate immune response, which demonstrates the earliest signs o... Learn more

    S Boulardii & Weight Loss

    A recently published randomized and controlled double-blind clinical trial concluded that when participants with obesity were supplemented with 250 mg Saccharomyces boula... Learn more

    Yet Another Link Between Microbiome and Mood

    A recent review has brought greater insight into the complex relationship between the gut microbiome and mood. Learn more

    DHA & Folic Acid

    In a recent randomized and double-blinded placebo-controlled clinical trial, the effects of folic acid, DHA, and their combined use were evaluated among 160 older adults ... Learn more

    Walnuts & Lipids

    The results of a 2-year randomized controlled trial were recently published in Circulation. Known as the WAHA study (Walnuts and Healthy Aging), it documented the effects... Learn more

    Fetal Serotonin Exposure & Brain Growth

    A study has uncovered the role of serotonin (5-HT) in the evolutionary growth of the human neocortex. Learn more

    Polyphenols, Microbiome & Blood Pressure

    Polyphenols from fruits and vegetables have a long track record of reducing cardiovascular risk, in part by improving endothelial function. In a recent analysis of a Germ... Learn more

    High Fat Diet Alters Gut Physiology

    In a study just published in Science, a mouse-model of diet-induced obesity was used to elucidate possible mechanisms by which a high-fat diet can contribute to atheroscl... Learn more

    Low FODMAP, Gluten-Free Diet & IBS

    In a recent open-label non-randomized trial, 42 participants with IBS (Rome IV criteria) began a personalized 6-week gluten-free and low fermentable oligo-di-mono-sacchar... Learn more

    How Intensive Physical Exercise Improves Memory

    A recent study from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) aimed to discover the link between sports and memory. The results, which were published in the journal Scientific Rep... Learn more

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