Gut microbiome, probiotics and bone: An updated mini review
Source of Publication
Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences
© 2019 Myriam Abboud, Dimitrios Papandreou. The gut microbiome is now considered as a large organ that has a direct effect on gastrointestinal tract, immune and endocrine system. There is no evidence that gut microbiota regulates the immune system and is responsible for bone formation and destruction. Probiotics have been shown through the gastrointestinal tract to have a positive effect on the management of the healthy bone. This article discusses the latest data available from PubMed and Scopus databases regarding gut microbiome, probiotics and bone briefly.
Abboud, Myriam and Papandreou, Dimitrios, "Gut microbiome, probiotics and bone: An updated mini review" (2019). Scopus Indexed Articles. 736.