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).
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Other Articles in Issue #73 (November 2020)
NERD 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.
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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.