Study under review: Probiotics for Celiac Disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials
This study addressed the question of how probiotic supplementation affects gastrointestinal symptoms and quality of life in people with celiac disease (CD).
Other Articles in Issue #73 (November 2020)
News: The gut microbiome probably plays a significant role in type 1 diabetes
Recent research provides substantial evidence that gut microbiota can play a big part in new-onset type 1 diabetes.
Can switching from meat to plant-based meat alternatives reduce cardiovascular disease risk?
This study found that replacing meat with Beyond Meat lowers both TMAO and LDL-C.
Deep Dive: Does beta-alanine improve training performance?
If there are any effects present, they're mostly small. But small effects can still be worthwhile for some competitive athletes.
Nulls: September-October 2020
Know new nulls now!
Is honey an effective remedy for symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections?
This meta-analysis hints at a small-to-moderate effect, but the overall quality of the evidence ain't great.
Deep Dive: Does supplementing the sunshine vitamin impact colorectal cancer outcomes?
This meta-analysis suggests that supplementing vitamin D can improve cancer-specific outcomes in people with colorectal cancer.
Deep Dive: Reducing common vertigo with vitamin D and calcium
This large, long trial found a pretty strong effect of supplementation on benign paroxysmal positional vertigo recurrence. But there are some problems beneath the surface of these promising findings.