Low-calorie nutrition changes the composition of the intestinal microbiota, which mediates many positive effects on the body.26 April 2022
Low-calorie diet and intestinal microflora
The intestinal cells of nematodes contained in a low-calorie diet are characterized by elevated levels of autophagy, which significantly improves their health.15 July 2016
Oh my intestines!
The Atlas biomedical holding, together with the Knomix company and the experts of the FHM Research Institute, launched the OhmyGut research project (for those who do not know English: the name of the project is a pun that sounds almost like "Oh my God").22 January 2016
L-carnitine: a slim figure and atherosclerosis in the load?
Recent studies have shown that the metabolite of L-carnitine, trimethylamine oxide, is a substance that contributes to the development of atherosclerosis.31 October 2013
Biologically lethal additives
Additional lecithins and choline, coming together with biologically active food additives, can be the cause of cardiovascular diseases.11 April 2011