Professor Reid will tell the Probiota congress in Amsterdam next month of the latest research around neonatal sepsis and necrotising enterocolitis, and how probiotics are being employed to battle these debilitating conditions.
“The fact that the kitchens are continuing and the concept in Uganda is expanding shows that people are clearly benefitting,” professor Reid said. “Clearly it is having an effect.”
A partnership with Dutch NGO Yoba-for-Life was achieving real results with more than 10,000 people reached every day in countries like Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya via well-organised ‘community kitchens’.
Professor Reid, from the University of Western Ontario & Chair of Human Microbiology and Probiotics at the Lawson Health Research Institute in Canada, called for greater recognition for fermented foods and acknowledged the positive effect of authorised probiotic health claims in Canada on R&D and more.
Pre- and probiotics will be discussed at Probiota 2015 in Amsterdam on February 3-5 – less than a month away.
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