Prebiotic Fibres with Dr George Tzortzis
Learn about three major evidence-based prebiotics from one of the global leaders in prebiotic fibre research and development, Dr George Tzortzis.
The Lactobacillus Taxonomy Has Changed
On Wednesday the 15th of April, 2020 a new classification dividing the family of the Lactobacillaceae into Lactobacillus, Paralactobacillus, Pediococcus, and 23 novel genera was published in the International Journal of Systematic …
LPS: A Player in Chronic Disease
Learn about LPS (lipopolysaccharides), the chronic diseases related to elevated LPS – or ‘metabolic endotoxemia’ – including autoimmune diseases and the mechanism of action, how to evaluate LPS load in …
Faecal Beta-Glucuronidase Testing
What is β-glucuronidase? β-glucuronidase is an enzyme that plays a role in phase 2 liver detoxification, oestrogen metabolism, and carbohydrate digestion. It is produced by us – the host – as well as …
The Mucosal Barrier & Immunity: How The Microbiome Optimises our Defences
In this webinar, in collaboration with IHCAN, Debbie Cotton discusses how the microbiome optimises our defences at the mucosal barrier.
Probiotics and Immunity
The gut microbiota, probiotics and immunity for infectious diseases and immune health.
Looking for a product to support gut barrier function?
When is barrier function a relevant clinical consideration?
The importance of an effective physical and immune barrier at the site of host-microbiome interactions cannot be downplayed. Our solution is Bio….
The Mucus Membrane and Microbial Patterns in Clinical Gut Analysis
Humphrey Bacchus offers an in-depth look at the connection between low grade inflammation and the gut.