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Probiotic supplementation with variety of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium strains showed the improvement of gastrointestinal symptoms during exercise training and competition in athletes. The most beneficial effects to reduce frequency and severity of gut symptoms and
Our latest intervention study with marathon runners showed that four weeks of supplementation with Lab4 probiotics reduced the incidence and severity of gastrointestinal symptoms prior to and during a marathon race. The runners supplemented with Lab4 probiotics maintained their running speed during the latter stages of the race.
Dr Tom Davies and Dr Giulia Masetti, research scientists from Cultech Limited, present the findings of an exciting new study at the MicrobiotaMI 2018 scientific conference in Milan.
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It’s Real Bread Week from 20-28 February – highlighting the traditional practices of breadmaking and the fact that bread can be a healthy staple food choice when made in the right way, using the best ingredients:Read More
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The most frequently consumed variety of tea in the UK is black breakfast tea – 45% of all the tea we drink. Earl Grey (black tea flavoured with oil from the rind of bergamot orange) comes in second with around 19% of us consuming this on a daily basis:Read More
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