PRODUCTS & INNOVATION
Rachael Buck, PhD, an Abbott scientist specializing in immunology and gut health, explains how the gut microbiome plays a critical role in lifelong health.
Jul 12 2017
Most people – and even some doctors – are unaware of the critical role the microbiome plays in serving as a foundation for lifelong health. For example, did you know:
Rachael Buck, PhD, an Abbott scientist specializing in immunology and gut health, recently weighed in on this topic – explaining what everyone should know about the infant microbiome on The Doctor Weighs In, and on The Doctor's Channel. Read about it here, and watch the video, here.
To learn more about the microbiome, how it changes at every age, what parents can do to help build a healthy microbiome for their children, and about the special prebiotic 2’-FL HMO that helps to build gut health in babies, please read on:
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