Category Archives: Probiotica

New Research Paper from Poland, about the use of EM Bokashi in Pig Farming

EMRO’s partner in Poland, GREENLAND published a research paper about the use of EM Bokashi in Pig Farming. It is titled “Effect of Multi-Microbial Probiotic Formulation on Pro- and Anti-Inflammatory Cytokines Profile in the Serum, Colostrum and Milk of Sows, and in a Culture of Polymorphonuclear Cellls Isolated from Colostrum.” The research indicates how EM Bokashi helps strengthen the immune system of pig… Read more »

A review of dietary and microbial connections to depression, anxiety, and stress

Abstract Objective: Pre-clinical evidence suggests that the gastrointestinal microbiota contributes to mood and behavior disorders. Among humans, diet quality and patterns, which also impact the gastrointestinal microbiota, have been linked to depression, anxiety, and stress. This review summarizes findings from clinical studies using dietary intervention to improve depression, anxiety, or stress and the role the gastrointestinal microbiota may have in these… Read more »

Depressie ontstaat niet in het brein maar in de darmen

10 juli 2018 –  In ons darmstelsel bevinden zich vijftig biljoen bacteriën die samen het microbioom vormen en een enorme invloed hebben op onze lichamelijke en mentale gezondheid. Dokter Michael Mosley schreef er Het slimmedarmendieet over, zo meldt topics.nl In Het slimmedarmendieet legt dokter Michael Mosley (61), presentator van uitstekende wetenschapsprogramma’s op de BBC, uit hoe het microbioom ons immuunsysteem en ons lichaamsgewicht… Read more »

3 methods for improving your immune system

Immune cells keep your body healthy Our immune system is an outstanding and indispensible biological structure and process, built up over time throughout humanity’s existence. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the history of humankind has been written as a continuous battle against starvation and infectious diseases. To explain what the immune system does, it might be… Read more »

Can Psychobiotics Actually Alter Your Mood?

JUNE 29TH, 2018, MAGGIE HARRIMAN What if you could eat certain foods, or take a supplement, that improved your mood, decreased your anxiety, or strengthened your memory? Turns out, there’s promising research showing that certain probiotics may change your gut bacteria in ways that could also lower stress and improve memory. One day, these findings could lead to probiotic treatments for… Read more »

How postbiotics and smart toilets could be the future of gut bacteria treatment

New research from King’s College London has set out to produce a comprehensive database of the various compounds produced by the enormous array of bacteria that resides in our gut. By studying the composition of these compounds in our stool the researchers suggest an accurate picture of our gut microbiome can be generated and future treatment targets to battle conditions… Read more »

Gut Microbes Could Play a Role in Heart Disease Too

Look after your microbiome! Research has shown that having the right gut microbes can reduce the risk of heart disease – if you’re a mouse. Now, our latest study, published in the European Heart Journal, shows that this might be true for humans, too. Most people know that the risk factors for heart disease are high blood pressure, high cholesterol and smoking…. Read more »