Our selection of the most popular content of the year is already a classic and a great way to remember important advances and new developments in our knowledge about the gut microbiota. In the case of 2021, we have witnessed some interesting debates that reinforce the impact of the gut microbiome on overall health.
Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen how research on the gut microbiota has developed and progressed as scientists continue to shed light on the subject and reveal its importance to the gut and overall health.
In 2021, we tackled a wide variety of topics, from the much-talked-about gut-brain axis and the relevance of diet and its quality for good gut health, to the potential role of gut bacteria in combating blood loss. obesity or inflammation. And that’s just to start …
Through our various sections â News Watch for the general public and Food 4 Gut Health for dietitians and gut health enthusiasts â we have shared over 20 articles, ensuring visibility of new findings and translating the science into plain language and easy to understand. In addition, on the occasion of International Celiac Disease Day, in collaboration with Dr. Elena VerdÃº, member of the GMFH Scientific Committee, we joined the conversation to raise awareness of a disease that affects 1 in 100 people. in the world.
With that in mind, the GMFH publication team is excited to share our 10 most popular articles on gut microbiota for health in 2021.
- How brain health affects gut microbiota health (and vice versa): what we learned in 2020
- Long-term diet may affect the inflammatory effects of the gut microbiome more than specific foods alone
- Are Healthy Aging and Increased Longevity Linked to the Gut Microbiome?
- New gut bacteria common in healthy people hold promise for obesity
- A healthy gut for a healthy heart: 10-year study examines the gut-heart connection
- Could dead microorganisms or their components promote health? Is it time for postbiotics?
- Mediterranean diet: why would it be beneficial for the elderly?
- Why the quality of your diet is the best recipe for a healthier gut microbiota and better health
- Symbiotics: more than just a probiotic-prebiotic combination
- Disruption of the gut microbiota following antibiotic use at an early age is associated with behavioral disturbances in infants
Is your favorite on the list? We would like to thank everyone for choosing us once again as a reliable source for learning about advances in the field of gut microbiota. We also take this opportunity to invite you all to join us in 2022, a very special year for us, because the GMFH platform will be celebrating its 10th anniversary!
Enjoy a happy and friendly year 2022!