Hippurate produced by gut microbiota: a marker of the gut microbiota diversity and of metabolic health

The proper functioning of the gut microbiota has an impact on the general, physical and psychological health. Understanding how the architecture of

Fruit and vegetable intake is inversely associated with perceived stress across the adult lifespan

Poor nutritional habits are linked to higher perceived stress, but the relationship between fruit and vegetable (FV) intake and stress is uncertain.

A systematic review of current data on the possibility of vertical transmission between a pregnant woman with COVID-19 and her baby

The aim of this study was to assess the perinatal outcomes of COVID-19 infections during pregnancy as well as the possibility of

Gut microbiota: new perspectives in the treatment of gluten intolerance

Celiac disease is an immune disease of the intestine that affects more than 1% of the population and is characterized in patients

Nanoparticles of titanium dioxide (E171) can cross the placental barrier and reach the fetal environment

Researchers from INRAE ​​in collaboration with the National Metrology and Testing Laboratory, the Materials Physics Group (CNRS / INSA Rouen / University

Food sugar safety assessment postponed to 2021

EFSA’s assessment of the safety of dietary sugars has been postponed to 2021 due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and

Change in taxonomy of the genus Lactobacillus

A consensus has developed among scientific experts that, given the genetic makeup of these bacteria, the current genus Lactobacillus was too diverse

EFSA report on pesticide residues in plants

The report published by EFSA in February 2020 paints a picture of the presence of pesticide residues in food on the European

Covid-19: No transmission through food and pets

On March 2, 2020, ANSES was questioned by the Directorate General of Food on the potential role of domestic animals (commercial and

Influenza: fight against bacterial secondary infections thanks to the microbiota

This French study by the Lille Center for Infection and Immunity (CNRS / INSERM / Institut Pasteur de Lille / Université de