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    Default Is The Microbiome Another Organ? May We Should Treat It As such

    Dr Petra Hanso & Dr Thomas M Barber
    May 24 2021

    In this feature, we hear from two United Kingdom-based researchers whose work focuses on obesity and metabolism: Dr. Petra Hanson and Dr. Thomas M. Barber. They discuss the microbiome, the marketing hype behind probiotics, and the future direction of research.

    Dr. Hanson and Dr. Barber work at Warwick Medical School and the University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire National Health Service (NHS) Trust. They are both members of the Warwick Obesity Network


    Browsing the shelves of many shops these days reveals a growing consumer infatuation with probiotics that has moved well beyond yogurt. Probiotics are in scores of supplements. They infuse shampoo, toothpaste, skin care products, and snacks for both humans and pets. They are even a feature of some anti-allergy mattresses.

    The probiotic buzz stems from the growing scientific attention to and recognition of the importance of our gut microbiome — the collection of bacteria that lives in our large intestine.
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    Healing my gut microbiome has helped me to finally clear my acne. I couldn't be happier.

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    Then you are another example of how we are what we eat! Diet + lifestyle = who we are!
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