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3rd Edition of International Conference on Probiotics and Prebiotics

March 27 -28, 2025

March 27 -28, 2025 | Singapore

Probiotics and Intestinal Health

Probiotics and Intestinal Health

The gut microbiome has gotten a lot of attention in the last decade, and there's been a lot of interest in probiotics and prebiotics as a way to modify the gut microbiota. Given the relevance of these approaches for public health, it's important to review the facts and evidence that support their clinical application and use. At birth, the human gut is largely vaccinated. As feeding and eating patterns mature, microbial diversity grows. The microbiota of children aged 3–5 years mimics that of adults. The gut microbiota could be at the root of many diseases, and modulating it could lead to novel and more effective treatments. So, what exactly do probiotics and prebiotics do? Both therapies, in general, aim to boost the number of beneficial microorganisms and the products of their development and metabolism in the host. Regardless of these unanswered questions, probiotics continue to attract a lot of interest from health professionals, and consumers view probiotics accessible in various formats on the market as a fresh ray of hope for managing their health care and well-being.

  • Gut Microbiota
  • Beneficial Microbes
  • Clinical Perspective

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