Dietary factors affecting gut microbiome may influence response to immunotherapy in melanoma patients

Among melanoma patients treated with anti-PD-1 immunotherapy, consumption of a high-fiber diet was associated with higher gut microbiome diversity and better response to treatment, according to data presented during a media preview of the AACR Annual Meeting 2019, to be held March 29-April 3 in Atlanta. “We found that diet and supplements appear to have an effect on a patient’s […]

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Biologists have found in the gut bacteria that accelerate aging

Experiments on flies has helped Swiss scientists to access very unusual representatives of flora, directly impacting the immune system and accelerating aging. Their findings have been presented in the journal Immunity. “We opened a specific microbe and a product life that affect the rate of aging of a host organism. There is no doubt that there are other examples of […]

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Scientists have found the product to burn calories in your sleep

Curd is good for metabolism during night time, say scientists at the University of Florida, reports the British Journal of Nutrition. They conducted an experiment on people over the age of 20. On the instructions of the experts, the respondents for the hour before bedtime eat a portion of cottage cheese. As a result, people have improved metabolism, overall health, […]

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