Introducing the Gut Health in Early Life Educational SeriesBack

GUT HEALTH IN EARLY LIFE is an new educational series highlighting gut health during the first 1000 days, a critical period of human development which provides the foundation for lifelong health and wellbeing.

Gut Health in Early Life: Significance of the Gut Microbiota and Nutrition for Development and Future Health
Edited by Raanan Shamir, Ruurd van Elburg, Jan Knol, Christophe Dupont
The first installment under the Gut Health in Early Life series provides an overview of early gut development, the role of gut microbiota and how it influences short – and long-term health.
E-versions of this EKB can be freely downloaded here.

Gut Health in Early Life: Implications and Management of Gastrointestinal Disorders
Edited by Yvan Vandeplas, Thomas Ludwig, Hania Swajewska
The second installment under the Gut Health in Early Life series provides the latest updates in the prevalence, causes, impact, diagnosis and management of common functional gastrointestinal disorders and digestive problems in pregnancy and infancy.
E-versions of this EKB can be freely downloaded here.