Akkermansia: a probiotic of the future?

The most common probiotics hail from the genera Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. But today researchers have been identifying new genera of bacteria isolated from the healthy human gut that may become the probiotic of the future. (See here for a previous … Continue reading

CA’s Dairy Farmers on Their Way Toward Planet-Smart Goals

  California’s dairy families are world leaders in planet-smart farming. As Time magazine put it, “California already has a Green New Deal,” and it includes the state’s family dairy farms. Through a collaborative effort, the state is working to demonstrate … Continue reading

Working Toward Evidence-Based Use of Probiotics

Researchers who understand the current state of evidence for probiotics to manage some health conditions are sometimes frustrated with the slow pace of incorporation of probiotic interventions into medical practice. Although evidence for some indications is limited based on quality … Continue reading