Lactobacillus bacteremia in critically ill patients does not raise questions about safety for general consumers

By Dan Merenstein MD, Professor of Family Medicine, Georgetown…

Reflections on a career in probiotic science, from ISAPP founding board member Prof. Gregor Reid

Past President and founding board member Prof. Gregor Reid is…

Those probiotics may actually be helping, not hurting

By Mary Ellen Sanders PhD, Executive Science Officer, ISAPP,…

Researchers submit recommendations for revised Lactobacillus taxonomy

By Mary Ellen Sanders PhD, Executive Science Officer, ISAPP A…

The small intestinal 'mysteriome': A potentially important but uncharted microbiome

By Eamonn MM Quigley MD FRCP FACP MACG FRCPI, Lynda K and David…

Is probiotic colonization essential?

By Prof. Maria Marco, PhD, Department of Food Science & Technology,…

Prebiotics do better than low FODMAPs diet

By Francisco Guarner MD PhD, Consultant of Gastroenterology,…

The threat of disease - Ignore science at your peril

By Dr. Karen Scott, University of Aberdeen We live in an age…

Defining emerging ‘biotics’

By Mary Ellen Sanders PhD From its inception, ISAPP has been…

Effects of the food matrix on probiotic’s efficacy: how much should we care?

By Gabriel Vinderola PhD, Researcher at the Dairy Products Institute…

Another day, another negative headline about probiotics?

By Prof. Colin Hill, PhD, APC Microbiome Ireland, University…