Les conférences sur le Microbiote de la Maison Médicale à Londres

via Laurent Collins | Posted on 15/12/2021 at 1:07 pm | Updated on 12/15/2021 at 13:16

La Maison Médicale invites you to its first conference of 2022, entirely devoted to the research being conducted on the intestinal flora and its incredible power on our health.

Remember the date and place: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 from 6:30 pm at the Institut Français. Registration is free, but the number of places is limited to 80 people. Also register quickly and in seconds by following this link.

To tell us about germs: a pioneer in their field

This extraordinary conference organized by medicine houseIt is the first of its kind in London. It will be chaired by Dr. Serge Balon-Perin, a pioneer in this field. A dietitian and functional medicine specialist, he is also chair of the Microbiota Clinical Applications Research Center and vice chair of the Clinical Laboratory Scientific Committee specializing in nutritional biology and intestinal microbiota. Active on this subject is Dr. Serge Balon-Perin, a member of the Belgian Association for the Study of Obesity (BASO) and lecturer for the University Diploma in Nutrition at the Paris Descartes Medical School (Paris V).

But what are germs anyway?

It is difficult to imagine that our bodies have ten to a hundred times more bacteria than human cells. Most of them, the equivalent of two kilograms, live in a shelter in the large intestine, the colon, where billions of billions of bacteria make up the intestinal microflora that today is called “intestinal microbiota”. It is a true extrahuman organ of great complexity, neglected for a long time, but nonetheless controlling our health. Scientific data accumulates every week to prove the involvement of gut bacteria in the majority of emerging chronic diseases. Developments that form the basis of preventive medicine: the medicine of tomorrow.

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Practical information:

Gut Microbiota Conference, followed by Q&A time, Wednesday, January 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at French Institute , 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT


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