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Gut Microbiome, Probiotics & Good Health: The Evidence Gets Stronger
Editors: Nirmal Kumar Ganguly MBBS MD DSc (Hon Causa) FRCP (London) FAMS FNA FNASc FASc
Sesikeran Boindala MD
Keya Rani Lahiri MBBS DCH MD (Pediatrics) Fellow of Indian
Neerja Hajela PhD

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Publish Year2023
Size6.25" x 9.5"
cover TypeHard Back
FormatFour Color
Quick Overview
The title of the book, Gut Microbiome, Probiotics, and Good Health: The Evidence Gets Stronger was appropriate and is the need of the hour. With several unsubstantiated health benefits, there is lot of skepticism on the genuine benefits of probiotics. The scientific sessions have been well curated with clinical studies on diverse usage of probiotics and a balance of basic understanding of the mechanisms of action.
Key Features
  • Importance of the adaptive immune system of the human body and its disruption in severe coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) infection.
  • Potential use of Mouse Immunoglobulin A (IgA) antibody for development of a drug for gut microbial regulation.
  • Role of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) in boosting immune response by stimulation of IgA and IgG production as well as Th1 cell stimulation.
  • Fermentation of camel and goat milk produces antimicrobial bioactive peptides that have potential clinical benefits as antihypertensives or antioxidants.
  • Short-chain fatty acids and biomolecules help in the survival of ingested Lacticaseibacillus paracasei (formerly Lactobacillus casei) strain Shirota and Bifidobacterium brevis in the ileal mucosa.
  • A novel emerging concept of battling Helicobacter pylori, a silent predator, with probiotics.
  • Lacticaseibacillus paracasei strain Shirota plays an important role in stabilizing the gut microbial community of the elderly.
  • The gut-brain axis—probiotics help in improving sleep quality.
  • Probiotics and psychobiotics play an important role in bolstering the performance of athletes.
Target Audience
Microbiologists, Researchers and Clinicians
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