Theme: “Better Health Better World”
Conference Series LLC Ltd morning and offers all the funders from over the world to attend “12th International Conference on Probiotics and Prebiotics” during April 25-26, 2022 Tokyo, Japan which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The congressional board is gearing up for an exciting and educational conference which include important presentations, unlimited lectures, young research forum, conferences and oral talks on knowledge topics, E-poster presentations and various program for members from all over the globe.
We heartily request participants to take part in 12th International Conference on Probiotics and Prebiotics, to share expressive experience from researchers around the world. PROBIOTICS 2022 on behalf of its organizing Committee welcomes all the prominent researchers, students, nutritionists, industrial experts, food technicians, healthcare specialist and delegates to participate in our upcoming Probiotics 2020 to witness valuable scientific talks and discussions and contribute to the future innovative ideas and technologies about Probiotics, Functional food and Nutraceuticals.
The theme of the conference “Better Health Better World”
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Probiotics 2022 mainly focus on Probiotics, Nutritional supplements, Health & Dietary issues across the globe. It is related to every aspect of Nutrition, Food Science, Health & Dietary research which provides new opportunities for specialists of all over the world to meet, exchange, organize and explore new technologies and research ideas. We invite all Probiotics 2022 is an international conference where the various probiotics, nutraceuticals, nutrition related concept was discussed on single platform. Probiotics 2022 goal is to broadcast and exchange knowledge in Probiotics, Nutraceuticals and Functional Food importance in the life. Therefore, a perfect platform to gain knowledge about gut health and nutrition.
Probiotics boost the immune system, enhance the mucosal barrier function and inhibit bacterial adherence and invasion capacity in the intestinal epithelium by being in a direct antagonism with pathogenic bacteria. The gut-lung axis is involved in the pathogenicity of bacterial and viral infections, as the intestinal microbiota boosts the alveolar macrophage activity, thus having a protective role in host defense against pneumonia. Along these lines, current clinical evidence connects gut, lung, and brain as an entity with communication mediated through complex neural, immunologic inflammatory, and neuroendocrine networks, the so called gut-brain-lung axis. There are indications in animals and humans that intestinal microbiota provides bacteria to the lungs, as abundance of Bacteroides sp. is observed in the lung following sepsis. Moreover, following sepsis, neurologic and cognitive outcomes are observed. Without any doubt, the importance of the gut microbiome is stated. The composition of the gut microbiome may be used as a predictive tool of disease development and infection severity.
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected millions of lives globally. However, the disease has presented more extreme challenges for developing countries that are experiencing economic crises. Studies on COVID-19 symptoms and gut health are scarce and have not fully analyzed possible associations between gut health and disease pathophysiology. Therefore, this study aimed to demonstrate a potential association between gut health and COVID-19 severity in the Lebanese community, which has been experiencing a severe economic crisis.
Probiotics are useful microbes which usually found inside healthy human gut. Probiotic microbes experience many reticulated mechanisms to push proper health at the molecular level. They overcome harmful microorganisms within the gut and reduce risk of infections and diseases by enhancing the immune response. Probiotic food incorporates Yogurt, Kefir, Sauerkraut, Miso, Kampuchea, Pickles etc. The probiotics market is measurable to be esteemed at 45.64 Billion of every 2019, and is anticipated to prevail in a cost of USD 64.02 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.0% from 2019. The market is driven by factors like developing awareness with respect to health advantages of yogurt among customers, rising interest for supplement rich encourage for animals, and expanding nature of probiotic dietary supplements. Current Researchers in Singapore have fermented up a brew containing probiotic microbes that can enhance gut wellbeing and enhance the immune system in August 14, 2019.
According to the report, global human microbiome market was valued at approximately USD 721.63 million in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 1,365.49 million by the end of 2024, developing at a CAGR of around 9.40% among 2018 and 2024.
Probiotics Market is expected to garner $57.4 billion by 2022, registering a CAGR of 7.7% during the forecast period 2016-2022. Probiotics are microorganisms, such as bacteria and yeast that benefit humans and animals by maintaining intestinal microbial balance.
The Global Bio stimulant Market was valued at $1,784 million in 2016, and is projected to reach $4,089 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 12.6% from 2017 to 2023. Bio stimulants are biologically produced fertilizers that are used to stimulate plant improvement and productivity, in addition to the nourishment of agrarian products.
- Gut microbiota
- Preterm and term Newborns Probiotics
- Prebiotics old and new
- Formulations and Production
- Microbiota from womb to adult
- New Methods and New Equipment
- Nutrition and Probiotics
- Pre and Probiotics futures
- Prebiotics and Diet
- Probiotics in food security
- Pediatric and Infant Health
- Food and Fermentation
- Microbiota Protection and Resilience
- Probiotics in Aquaculture
- Probiotics in women’s health
- Probiotics in oral health and dentistry
- Gut Bacteria on COVID Severity
- Probiotics and COVID-19
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