Journal of Plant Biotechnology and Microbiology

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Commentary - Journal of Plant Biotechnology and Microbiology (2021) Volume 4, Issue 6

Nutrition in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease treatment in obese children

Fredrik Backhed *

Department of Food Science and Technology University of Gothenburg Sweden

Corresponding Author:
Fredrik Backhed
Department of Food Science and Technology University of Gothenburg Sweden
E-mail : [email protected]

Accepted Date: 15th December, 2021

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Introduction

Food microbiology papers published during the once decade have been characterized by multidisciplinary interests that have verified the adding quantum of substantiation that has intertwined microorganisms in different areas, including food technology, food safety and hygiene, food poisoning, food genomics, and, more generally, food comics, functional foods, and probiotics, besides arising methodologies that have been applied to food analyses. Probiotics exploration and invention in functional food product deserves particular attention. Numerous papers have concentrated on the survival of implicit probiotic bacteria in the gastro-intestinal tract (GIT), the microbial tenacious capacity and colonization of the gut, the safety status of probiotic strains, as well as gut micro biome homeostasis conservation by competitively inhibiting the growth of pathogens or producing antimicrobial composites. Still, new probiotic strains are (or will be) screened for natural bioactive substances, immunomodulation capacity, as well as anticancer and other health benefits. Fifteen Research Topics on these important subjects have been submitted to the Food Microbiology section. A new period within probiotics exploration has started with an adding interest in the use of gut commensal bacteria as implicit probiotics, similar as strains belonging to the rubrics Bactericides, Clostridium, Bifid bacterium, and Faecal bacterium, which predominate in the mortal gut micro biome.

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