14th International Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health

14th International Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health Program The three day event is being organized by the IMGC in collaboration with Laval University (Institute on nutrition and functional foods and STELA Dairy Research Centre, Dairy Farmers of Canada, … Continue reading

Probiotics Now Clinically Recommended for Treatment of Stomach and Bowel Symptoms

Probiotics containing Lactobacillus and/or Saccharomyce prove most effective in combatting certain symptoms DAVIS, CA The consumer market for probiotic ingredients is over $40 billion and rising, but clinical research into its efficacy has been sparse and diffuse. A new study … Continue reading

Probiotics in Infancy Associated with Lower Risk of Type-1 Diabetes

Since 20014, a prospective study in the United States and Europe has evaluated type-1 diabetes (T1DM)-related autoantibodies in children (Uusitalo, et al. 2016). These antibodies are proteins made by a person’s immune system that attack that person’s own insulin-secreting (islet) … Continue reading