Health, Kidneys & Probiotics

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An interesting poster study was presented during the recent Spring Clinical Meetings (SCM18), in Austin, Texas.  The event, organized by the USA National Kidney Foundation, highlighted cutting-edge research, presenting the newest developments related to all aspects of nephrology practice. An important objective of SCM18 was to present the latest insights into Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) […]

Probiotic Foods and Habit Forming

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There is no denying that modern lifestyle often promotes habit dependencies incompatible with a healthy gut profile. Gut bacteria diversity is often reduced while the so called “bad” bacteria populations gain an edge at the expense of “good” bacteria – probiotics. Given that about 75% of the immune system is rooted in the gut, repercussions […]