Articles and Research
Patients infected with Clostridium Difficile bacteria are extremely ill. This study documents that use of human healthy stool (FMT) is much more efficient in fighting this infection than 2 types of antibiotics, usually offered in treatment.
Gastrolenterology, January 2019
The changes in colonic microbial composition and fermentation suggest that the effects of a low-gluten diet in healthy middle-aged adults may to some extent be driven by qualitative changes in dietary fibres rather than by the reduction of gluten intake itself
Nature Communications, November 2018
Parkinson´s patients have a different gut flora compared to people without this diagnose. Parkinson´s medicine has different impact on different patients, probably dependent on gut flora. For some patients, the medicine worsen the symptoms.
ScienceDaily, 2 March 2017
Compared to a high number a low cholesterol number does not lower the risk of cardiovascular disease
BMJ, April 2016
Not all beneficial bacteria are re-established 6 months after an almost eradication of gut flora after a 4 day antibiotic treatment. While 9 types of species lacked, some dysbiotic bacteria has made their entrance.
Nature Microbial, October 2018
Why we don´t need more research. We know a lot about brain food already.
30 min talk at the conference LowCarb Breckenridge 2018
“The study of microbiome-gut-brain interactions is still young, yet it is already spurring the development of new branches of medical research. At this rate, it is poised to become one of the most fascinating stories in neuroscience.”
TheConversation.com, Octobre 2014