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The latest evidences to restore healthy gut microbes in c-section born children

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Early life gut microbiome acquisition and development can be compromised by perturbations such as delivery via caesarean section (C-section) or antibiotic interventions. Birth by C-section is associated with delayed colonization by Bifidobacterium and Bacteroides, genera that have been described to have a key role in establishing a healthy gut milieu and robust immunity.

In this session, Dr. Rocio Martin and Prof. Jan Knol will discuss the supplementation with a specific mixture of probiotics and prebiotics (synbiotics) offers a nutritional approach to restore this microbial dysbiosis by the eary colonization of infant- type microbial species and may reduce the associated disease risk. 

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