All Stories

  1. Chronic consumption of probiotics, oats, and apples has differential effects on postprandial bile acid profile and cardiometabolic disease risk markers compared with an isocaloric control (cornflakes): a randomized trial
  2. Long-term supplementation with anthocyanin-rich or -poor Rubus idaeus berries does not influence microvascular architecture nor cognitive outcome in the APP/PS-1 mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease
  3. Microbial and metabolic characterization of organic artisanal sauerkraut fermentation and study of gut health-promoting properties of sauerkraut brine
  4. The effect of high-polyphenol Mediterranean diet on visceral adiposity: the DIRECT PLUS randomized controlled trial
  5. Sourdough performances of the golden cereal Tritordeum: Dynamics of microbial ecology, biochemical and nutritional features
  6. Benefits of dietary fibre for children in health and disease
  7. The effects of the Green-Mediterranean diet on cardiometabolic health are linked to gut microbiome modifications: a randomized controlled trial
  8. Ex Vivo Fecal Fermentation of Human Ileal Fluid Collected After Wild Strawberry Consumption Modulates Human Microbiome Community Structure and Metabolic Output and Protects Against DNA Damage in Colonic Epithelial Cells
  9. The Prebiotic Effects of Oats on Blood Lipids, Gut Microbiota, and Short-Chain Fatty Acids in Mildly Hypercholesterolemic Subjects Compared With Rice: A Randomized, Controlled Trial
  10. Low-Molecular-Weight Seaweed-Derived Polysaccharides Lead to Increased Faecal Bulk but Do Not Alter Human Gut Health Markers
  11. Measuring the effect of Mankai® (Wolffia globosa) on the gut microbiota and its metabolic output using an in vitro colon model
  12. Low-Dose Lactulose as a Prebiotic for Improved Gut Health and Enhanced Mineral Absorption
  13. Massive Survey on Bacterial–Bacteriophages Biodiversity and Quality of Natural Whey Starter Cultures in Trentingrana Cheese Production
  14. The Metabolomic-Gut-Clinical Axis of Mankai Plant-Derived Dietary Polyphenols
  15. Processed Animal Proteins from Insect and Poultry By-Products in a Fish Meal-Free Diet for Rainbow Trout: Impact on Intestinal Microbiota and Inflammatory Markers
  16. Ex vivo fecal fermentation of human ileal fluid collected after raspberry consumption modifies (poly)phenolics and modulates genoprotective effects in colonic epithelial cells
  17. Effect of green-Mediterranean diet on intrahepatic fat: the DIRECT PLUS randomised controlled trial
  18. Microbial community dynamics in phyto-thermotherapy baths viewed through next generation sequencing and metabolomics approach
  19. Large scale genome reconstructions illuminate Wolbachia evolution
  20. Shift in the cow milk microbiota during alpine pasture as analyzed by culture dependent and high-throughput sequencing techniques
  21. Gut microbiota associations with diet in irritable bowel syndrome and the effect of low FODMAP diet and probiotics
  22. Healthy dietary patterns to reduce obesity-related metabolic disease
  23. Nutrition and the ageing brain: Moving towards clinical applications
  24. Baricitinib counteracts metaflammation, thus protecting against diet-induced metabolic abnormalities in mice
  25. Effects of Exogenous Dietary Advanced Glycation End Products on the Cross-Talk Mechanisms Linking Microbiota to Metabolic Inflammation
  26. Manipulation of dietary amino acids and energy homeostasis
  27. Effects of Diet-Modulated Autologous Fecal Microbiota Transplantation on Weight Regain
  28. Effects of Lactobacillus spp. on the phytochemical composition of juices from two varieties of Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck: ‘Tarocco’ and ‘Washington navel’
  29. Considerations for the design and conduct of human gut microbiota intervention studies relating to foods
  30. Intestinal Organoids: A Tool for Modelling Diet–Microbiome–Host Interactions
  31. Two apples a day modulate human:microbiome co-metabolic processing of polyphenols, tyrosine and tryptophan
  32. Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) in metabolic disease: linking diet, inflammation and microbiota
  33. Food & Nutrition: The driving factors of our gut microbes
  34. Impact of proanthocyanidin-rich apple intake on gut microbiota composition and polyphenol metabolomic activity in healthy mildly hypercholesterolemic subjects
  35. Measuring phenolic compounds in Mankai: a novel polyphenol and amino rich plant protein source
  36. Production of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA): effect of inulin on microbial composition and CLA concentration in a human intestinal model
  37. Wild strawberry polyphenols exhibit gut-protective bioactivity following in vivo digestion
  38. Two apples a day lower serum cholesterol and improve cardiometabolic biomarkers in mildly hypercholesterolemic adults: a randomized, controlled, crossover trial
  39. Hermetia illucens in diets for zebrafish (Danio rerio): A study of bacterial diversity by using PCR-DGGE and metagenomic sequencing
  40. In vitro probiotic characterization of high GABA producing strain Lactobacilluas brevis DSM 32386 isolated from traditional “wild” Alpine cheese
  41. Gamma-aminobutyric acid-producing lactobacilli positively affect metabolism and depressive-like behaviour in a mouse model of metabolic syndrome
  42. Biomarkers of cereal food intake
  43. Isotopic dilution method for bile acid profiling reveals new sulfate glycine-conjugated dihydroxy bile acids and glucuronide bile acids in serum
  44. Metformin and Dipeptidase Peptidyl-4 Inhibitor Differentially Modulate the Intestinal Microbiota and Plasma Metabolome of Metabolically Dysfunctional Mice
  45. Digestion and Colonic Fermentation of Raw and Cooked Opuntia ficus-indica Cladodes Impacts Bioaccessibility and Bioactivity
  46. Production of Naturally γ-Aminobutyric Acid-Enriched Cheese Using the Dairy Strains Streptococcus thermophilus 84C and Lactobacillus brevis DSM 32386
  47. Evaluation of autochthonous lactic acid bacteria as starter and non-starter cultures for the production of Traditional Mountain cheese
  48. Gut microbiota and health: connecting actors across the metabolic system
  49. Host: Microbiome co -metabolic processing of dietary polyphenols – An acute, single blinded, cross-over study with different doses of apple polyphenols in healthy subjects
  50. Applying novel approaches for GC × GC-TOF-MS data cleaning and trends clustering in VOCs time-series analysis
  51. Breakthroughs in the Health Effects of Plant Food Bioactives: A Perspective on Microbiomics, Nutri(epi)genomics, and Metabolomics
  52. Microbial dynamics of model Fabriano-like fermented sausages as affected by starter cultures, nitrates and nitrites
  53. Connecting the immune system, systemic chronic inflammation and the gut microbiome: The role of sex
  54. The bacterial biota of laboratory-reared edible mealworms ( Tenebrio molitor L.): From feed to frass
  55. Current evidence linking diet to gut microbiota and brain development and function
  56. Impact of ageing and a synbiotic on the immune response to seasonal influenza vaccination; a randomised controlled trial
  57. Age-Related Changes in the Natural Killer Cell Response to Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Are Not Influenced by a Synbiotic: a Randomised Controlled Trial
  58. Prebiotic Wheat Bran Fractions Induce Specific Microbiota Changes
  59. Gut : liver : brain axis: the microbial challenge in the hepatic encephalopathy
  60. Measuring the impact of olive pomace enriched biscuits on the gut microbiota and its metabolic activity in mildly hypercholesterolaemic subjects
  61. A Diet Low in FODMAPs Reduces Symptoms in Patients With Irritable Bowel Syndrome and A Probiotic Restores Bifidobacterium Species: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  62. How do probiotics and prebiotics function at distant sites?
  63. Impact of thistle rennet from Carlina acanthifolia All. subsp. acanthifolia on bacterial diversity and dynamics of a specialty Italian raw ewes' milk cheese
  64. Development of a fast and cost-effective gas chromatography–mass spectrometry method for the quantification of short-chain and medium-chain fatty acids in human biofluids
  65. Gut microbiota: Inulin regulates endothelial function: a prebiotic smoking gun?
  66. Effects of Commercial Apple Varieties on Human Gut Microbiota Composition and Metabolic Output Using an In Vitro Colonic Model
  67. Gut microbiota functions: metabolism of nutrients and other food components
  68. Exploring the microbiota of the red-brown defect in smear-ripened cheese by 454-pyrosequencing and its prevention using different cleaning systems
  69. Monitoring of wheat lactic acid bacteria from the field until the first step of dough fermentation
  70. Erratum to: Evolution of gut microbiota composition from birth to 24 weeks in the INFANTMET Cohort
  71. Evolution of gut microbiota composition from birth to 24 weeks in the INFANTMET Cohort
  72. In vitro evaluation of prebiotic properties derived from rice bran obtained by debranning technology
  73. Hypocholesterolemic and Prebiotic Effects of a Whole-Grain Oat-Based Granola Breakfast Cereal in a Cardio-Metabolic “At Risk” Population
  74. Insulin Resistance, Microbiota, and Fat Distribution Changes by a New Model of Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy in Obese Rats
  75. Nutrition challenges ahead
  76. Effect of a synbiotic on the response to seasonal influenza vaccination is strongly influenced by degree of immunosenescence
  77. Microbial evolution of traditional mountain cheese and characterization of early fermentation cocci for selection of autochtonous dairy starter strains
  78. Urinary metabolomic profiling to identify biomarkers of a flavonoid-rich and flavonoid-poor fruits and vegetables diet in adults: the FLAVURS trial
  79. Antimicrobial activity of selected synbiotics targeted for the elderly against pathogenic Escherichia coli strains
  80. Impact of increasing fruit and vegetables and flavonoid intake on the human gut microbiota
  81. Can 2 apples a day improve cardiovascular and gut health?
  82. Habitat fragmentation is associated to gut microbiota diversity of an endangered primate: implications for conservation
  83. The gut microbiota and host health: a new clinical frontier
  84. Low-grade inflammation, diet composition and health: current research evidence and its translation
  85. Identification and characterization of wild lactobacilli and pediococci from spontaneously fermented Mountain Cheese
  86. Towards microbial fermentation metabolites as markers for health benefits of prebiotics
  87. Apples and Cardiovascular Health—Is the Gut Microbiota a Core Consideration?
  88. The Microbiota of the Human Gastrointestinal Tract
  89. A Nutritional Anthropology of the Human Gut Microbiota
  90. Population Level Divergence from the Mediterranean Diet and the Risk of Cancer and Metabolic Disease
  91. Diet and the Gut Microbiota – How the Gut
  92. Shaping the Human Microbiome with Prebiotic Foods – Current Perspectives for Continued Development**This is an update of: “Shaping the human microbiome with prebiotic foods – current perspectives for continued development.” Food Science and Technology ...
  93. List of Contributors
  94. Biodiversity andγ-Aminobutyric Acid Production by Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated from Traditional Alpine Raw Cow’s Milk Cheeses
  95. OC38: Introduction of plasma vitamin C and Ferric Reducing Antioxidant Power into a combined biomarker with plasma carotenoids increases the association with fruit and vegetable intake
  96. Diet-Microbe Interactions in the Gut
  97. A Novel Combined Biomarker including Plasma Carotenoids, Vitamin C, and Ferric Reducing Antioxidant Power Is More Strongly Associated with Fruit and Vegetable Intake than the Individual Components
  98. Erratum
  99. An in vitro study of the effect of probiotics, prebiotics and synbiotics on the elderly faecal microbiota
  100. Xylo-oligosaccharides alone or in synbiotic combination with Bifidobacterium animalis subsp. lactis induce bifidogenesis and modulate markers of immune function in healthy adults: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised, factorial ...
  101. ‘The way to a man's heart is through his gut microbiota’ – dietary pro- and prebiotics for the management of cardiovascular risk
  102. Flavonoid-rich fruit and vegetables improve microvascular reactivity and inflammatory status in men at risk of cardiovascular disease--FLAVURS: a randomized controlled trial
  103. Effects of a novel probiotic, Bifidobacterium longum bv. infantis CCUG 52486 with prebiotic on the B-cell response to influenza vaccination
  104. Apples increased the bifidobacteria population in human in vitro colonic gut model – preliminary results
  105. In vitrobatch cultures of gut microbiota from healthy and ulcerative colitis (UC) subjects suggest that sulphate-reducing bacteria levels are raised in UC and by a protein-rich diet
  106. Development of antimicrobial synbiotics using potentially-probiotic faecal isolates of Lactobacillus fermentum and Bifidobacterium longum
  107. Bifidobacterium longum bv. infantis CCUG 52486 combined with gluco-oligosaccharide significantly reduces the duration of self-reported cold and flu-like symptoms among healthy older adults after seasonal influenza vaccination
  108. Effects of Bifidobacteriumlongumbv.infantisCCUG 52486 combined with glucooligosaccharideon immune cell populations in healthy young and older subjects receiving an influenza vaccination
  109. Effects of Bifidobacteriumlongum bv. Infantis CCUG 52486 combined with glucooligosaccharide on immune cell populations in healthy young and older subjects receiving an influenza vaccination
  110. β2–1 fructans have a bifidogenic effect in healthy middle-aged humans and enhance the antibody response to seasonal influenza vaccination, but do not alter immune responses examined in the absence of vaccination: results from a randomised controlled trial
  111. Differential Effects of Two Fermentable Carbohydrates on Central Appetite Regulation and Body Composition
  112. Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Human Gut
  113. Up-regulating the Human Intestinal Microbiome Using Whole Plant Foods, Polyphenols, and/or Fiber
  114. Fermentable Carbohydrate Alters Hypothalamic Neuronal Activity and Protects Against the Obesogenic Environment
  115. The type and quantity of dietary fat and carbohydrate alter faecal microbiome and short-chain fatty acid excretion in a metabolic syndrome ‘at-risk’ population
  116. Moving with the times
  117. Wholegrain oat-based cereals have prebiotic potential and low glycaemic index
  118. In vitro fermentation and prebiotic potential of novel low molecular weight polysaccharides derived from agar and alginate seaweeds
  119. Effect ofLactobacillus acidophilusNCDC 13 supplementation on the progression of obesity in diet-induced obese mice
  120. β2-1 Fructans have a bifidogenic effect in healthy middle-aged human subjects but do not alter immune responses examined in the absence of an in vivo immune challenge: results from a randomised controlled trial
  121. In Vitro Fermentation Characteristics of Whole Grain Wheat Flakes and the Effect of Toasting on Prebiotic Potential
  122. Culture-Independent Analysis of the Human Gut Microbiota and their Activities
  123. High-level dietary fibre up-regulates colonic fermentation and relative abundance of saccharolytic bacteria within the human faecal microbiota in vitro
  124. A randomised crossover study investigating the effects of galacto-oligosaccharides on the faecal microbiota in men and women over 50 years of age
  125. Production of angiotensin-I-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory activity in milk fermented with probiotic strains: Effects of calcium, pH and peptides on the ACE-inhibitory activity
  126. Variation in Antibiotic-Induced Microbial Recolonization Impacts on the Host Metabolic Phenotypes of Rats
  127. Obesity and the gut microbiota: does up-regulating colonic fermentation protect against obesity and metabolic disease?
  128. In vitro measurement of the impact of human milk oligosaccharides on the faecal microbiota of weaned formula-fed infants compared to a mixture of prebiotic fructooligosaccharides and galactooligosaccharides
  129. Low glycaemic index wholegrain oat cereal consumption resulted in prebiotic and hypo-cholesterolaemic effects in those ‘at risk’ of metabolic disease
  130. A comparative in vitro investigation into the effects of cooked meats on the human faecal microbiota
  131. In vitro evaluation of the microbiota modulation abilities of different sized whole oat grain flakes
  132. Shaping the human microbiome with prebiotic foods – current perspectives for continued development
  133. Profiling of Phenols in Human Fecal Water after Raspberry Supplementation
  134. Bacterial, SCFA and gas profiles of a range of food ingredients following in vitro fermentation by human colonic microbiota
  135. Konjac glucomannan hydrolysate beneficially modulates bacterial composition and activity within the faecal microbiota
  136. Determination of thein vivoprebiotic potential of a maize-based whole grain breakfast cereal: a human feeding study
  137. Selective effects of Lactobacillus casei Shirota on T cell activation, natural killer cell activity and cytokine production
  138. Dietary prebiotics: current status and new definition
  139. A human volunteer study to assess the impact of confectionery sweeteners on the gut microbiota composition
  140. Prebiotic effect of fruit and vegetable shots containing Jerusalem artichoke inulin: a human intervention study
  141. Differential induction of apoptosis in human colonic carcinoma cells (Caco-2) by Atopobium, and commensal, probiotic and enteropathogenic bacteria: Mediation by the mitochondrial pathway
  142. The effect of different probiotic strains on immune function in vitro
  143. The in vitro prebiotic potential and glycaemic index (GI) of wholegrain-oat-based cereals
  144. Effects of Lactobacillus casei Shirota on immune function
  145. Effects of Lactobacillus casei Shirota on immune function
  146. In vitroevaluation of the fermentation properties and potential prebiotic activity of Agave fructans
  147. Editorial [Hot Topic: The Human Microbiome - A Therapeutic Target for Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease (Executive Editor: Kieran Tuohy)]
  148. Studying the Human Gut Microbiota in the Trans-Omics Era - Focus on Metagenomics and Metabonomics
  149. Top-Down Systems Biology Modeling of Host Metabotype−Microbiome Associations in Obese Rodents
  150. The potential role of the intestinal gut microbiota in obesity and the metabolic syndrome
  151. Post-Genomics Approaches towards Monitoring Changes within the Microbial Ecology of the Gut
  152. Gut microbiome modulates the toxicity of hydrazine: a metabonomic study
  153. Fecal microbiota in patients receiving enteral feeding are highly variable and may be altered in those who develop diarrhea
  154. Commentary on ‘Prebiotics, immune function, infection and inflammation: a review of the evidence’
  155. FAO Technical Meeting on Prebiotics
  156. Dietary glycated protein modulates the colonic microbiota towards a more detrimental composition in ulcerative colitis patients and non-ulcerative colitis subjects
  157. Effects of Resistant Starch Type III Polymorphs on Human Colon Microbiota and Short Chain Fatty Acids in Human Gut Models
  158. Inulin-Type Fructans in Healthy Aging
  159. Dietary-based gut flora modulation against Clostridium difficile onset
  160. In vitro study on gas generation and prebiotic effects of some carbohydrates and their mixtures
  161. Selective increases of bifidobacteria in gut microflora improve high-fat-diet-induced diabetes in mice through a mechanism associated with endotoxaemia
  162. Whole-grain wheat breakfast cereal has a prebiotic effect on the human gut microbiota: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study
  163. Effect of polydextrose on intestinal microbes and immune functions in pigs
  164. Metabolic Endotoxemia Initiates Obesity and Insulin Resistance
  165. In vitro evaluation of the prebiotic activity of a pectic oligosaccharide-rich extract enzymatically derived from bergamot peel
  166. Inulin: a prebiotic functional food ingredient
  167. Effects of Bovine α-Lactalbumin and Casein Glycomacropeptide–enriched Infant Formulae on Faecal Microbiota in Healthy Term Infants
  168. The Gut Microbiota and Lipid Metabolism: Implications for Human Health and Coronary Heart Disease
  169. Survivability of a probiotic Lactobacillus casei in the gastrointestinal tract of healthy human volunteers and its impact on the faecal microflora
  170. Metabolism of Maillard reaction products by the human gut microbiota – implications for health
  171. Profiling of composition and metabolic activities of the colonic microflora of growing pigs fed diets supplemented with prebiotic oligosaccharides
  172. In Vitro Determination of Prebiotic Properties of Oligosaccharides Derived from an Orange Juice Manufacturing By-Product Stream
  173. Modulation of the Human Gut Microflora Towards Improved Health Using Prebiotics - Assessment of Efficacy
  174. Improving gut health in the elderly
  175. Molecular Identification and Anti-pathogenic Activities of Putative Probiotic Bacteria Isolated from Faeces of Healthy Elderly Individuals
  176. Molecular identification and anti-pathogenic activities of putative probiotic bacteria isolated from faeces of healthy elderly individuals
  177. Improving gut health in the elderly
  178. Using probiotics and prebiotics to improve gut health
  179. Prebiotic applications in human volunteer trials
  180. Monitoring transfer of recombinant and nonrecombinant plasmids between Lactococcus lactis strains and members of the human gastrointestinal microbiota in vivo- impact of donor cell number and diet
  181. Biosafety of marker genes
  182. A Human Volunteer Study to Determine the Prebiotic Effects of Lactulose Powder on Human Colonic Microbiota
  183. Prebiotic effects of inulin and oligofructose
  184. Prebiotic effects of inulin and oligofructose
  185. A Human Volunteer Study to Determine the Prebiotic Effects of Lactulose Powder on Human Colonic Microbiota
  186. The prebiotic effects of biscuits containing partially hydrolysed guar gum and fructo-oligosaccharides – a human volunteer study
  187. A Human Volunteer Study on the Prebiotic Effects of HP-Inulin—Faecal Bacteria Enumerated Using Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH)
  188. Perspectives on the role of the human gut microbiota and its modulation by pro- and prebiotics
  189. The human gut flora in nutrition and approaches for its dietary modulation
  190. Functions of the Human Intestinal Flora: The Use of Probiotics and Prebiotics