Creamy Carrot and Coriander Soup
Packed with vitamin-rich vegetables and a few scoops of MWELL, this fragrant soup makes a nutritious lunch and a satisfying starter – especially with that generous swirl of double cream.
Gut Microbes love fibre As you know, gut microbes love fibre. Scientists in the UK have reviewed over 100 years of publications to understand just how much, across the broad fibre family. The 29 different types of fibre reviewed were consistently fermented by gut microbes – with differences in the amount and type of fermentation. This is why it is important to eat a variety of foods containing different fibers (also called plant diversity). Full Recipe
ISAPP Check out ISAPP’s link for interesting blogs, videos and infographics. ISAPP is an international non-profit organization that champions prebiotic and probiotic science. Their scientific experts steward the field by highlighting and advancing scientific progress, addressing misleading information, and promoting awareness through accurate science based education materials. Full Recipe
What do microbes do Did you know that scientists still don’t know what many of the microbes in our gut do? Scientists from the UK, USA, Australia and Italy have collaborated to use a technique called “metagenomics” to collate a huge database on human gut bacteria from 31 countries. It includes >4600 different species – 70% of these had never been grown in the lab before, and 40% lack functional knowledge. Full Recipe