Invited Paper on Microbiome Impact to Pet Health
Invited to speak at this great event bringing pet and livestock people together to learn about the latest advances and commercial opportunities in the microbiome. Join me and register using code "MK10" to get 10% off. https://www.kisacoresearch.com/events/animal-microbiome-nutritional-health-usa-2020#register
A synbiotic (BC30 and B-glucans) resulted in improved metabolic status of obese humans. Microbiome findings were mixed compared to expected outcomes.
Check out this brief read in how clinicians are leveraging microbiome tools in combatting some of the most prevalent health conditions and diseases.https://discoverysedge.mayo.edu/2019/01/14/microbiome-in-cancer-obesity-ibd-and-infections/
Want the latest on Commercializing Microbiome Therapeutics? Check this conference out: https://lifesciences.knect365.com/microbiome-therapeutics-europe/
Will lactating mothers' diets be formulated in the future to lessen disease and allergies in the nursing baby?
Recent research suggests that obesity in children may be an outcome of exposure to disinfectants. Although research is still early, concerned parents may want to minimize disinfectant use and(or) seek ecofriendly cleaning products! Scientific paper: http://www.cmaj.ca/content/cmaj/190/37/E1097.full.pdf Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/cmajpodcasts/170809-res