A beer a day is good for the intestines!

A beer a day is good for the intestines!

It is consumed in all its forms, especially in summer: the Beer can be white, brown, blond, amber and even without alcohol. But one in the published study Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry specifically focused on lagers and showed that drinking one beer a day is good for your health! Especially for intestinal health: … Read more

A beer a day is good for the intestines!

A beer a day is good for the intestines!

It is consumed in all its forms, especially in summer: the Beer can be white, brown, blond, amber and even without alcohol. But one in the published study Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry specifically focused on lagers and showed that drinking one beer a day is good for your health! Especially for intestinal health: … Read more

Stool transplants reverse signs of aging in mice

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] The gut microbiota, a valuable ally for our health There are different microbiota in the body: those of the skin, mouth, vagina… But the most important one is the gut microbiota. Scientists have long known of their potential, but the development of new techniques allows research to deepen … Read more

Stool transplants reverse signs of aging in mice

You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] The gut microbiota, a valuable ally for our health There are different microbiota in the body: those of the skin, mouth, vagina… But the most important one is the gut microbiota. Scientists have long known of their potential, but the development of new techniques allows research to deepen … Read more

newly discovered strains of bacteria may be involved

Bacteria can cause cancer, which is the case withHelicobacter pylori for stomach cancer. A recent discovery suggests that five strains of bacteria may be involved in prostate cancer. Are they related to the most aggressive forms of this male disease? You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] What are the differences between bacteria and viruses? … Read more

When the gut speaks, the brain executes

that microbiota The gut is the body’s largest reservoir of bacteria. More and more studies are showing how interdependent the host and its gut microbiota are, underscoring the importance of the gut-brain axis. Neurobiologists from the Department of Perception and Memory (Institut Pasteur/CNRS), immunobiologists from the Department of Microenvironment and Immunity (Institut Pasteur/Inserm) and microbiologists … Read more

Newly discovered strains of bacteria could be involved in prostate cancer

Bacteria can cause cancer, which is the case withHelicobacter pylori for stomach cancer. A recent discovery suggests that five strains of bacteria may be involved in prostate cancer. Are they related to the most aggressive forms of this male disease? You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] What are the differences between bacteria and viruses? … Read more