Proviva Pharma Research On the News All Over the World

Since the Dr. Prakash published his study in Scientific Reports Magazine and all the news announced about his study that took place in McGill University, in which The researchers incorporated a symbiotic -made of probiotics with a polyphenol-rich supplement- into the diet of fruit flies, and the outcome of the study was that the flies that were fed with the symbiotic lived up to 26 days—66 days more than the ones without the supplement. They also showed reduced traits of ageing, such as mounting insulin resistance, inflammation, and oxidative stress. Here are samples of the different news that wrote about Dr. Prakash’s study.  

The Sun

TAKING this traditional Indian herbal remedy alongside a probiotic could help you live to the age of 100, a new study has found.Canadian researchers revealed the lifespan of fruit flies was boosted by a huge 60 per cent when given the combination, as the insects were protected from age-related diseases…Read the Full Article

The DailyMail

Taking a probiotic alongside a traditional Indian herb could help you live longer, a study suggests. Scientists found giving the combination to fruit flies boosted their lifespan by 60 per cent and were protected against age-related diseases…Read the Full Article

Business Standard

A combination of probiotics and an herbal supplement called Triphala prolong the flies’ longevity by 60 percent and protect them against chronic diseases associated with aging, according to a research. The researchers found this out after incorporating a symbiotic – made of probiotics with a polyphenol-rich supplement – into the diet of fruit flies. The flies fed with the synbiotic lived up to 66 days old – 26 days more than the ones without the supplement…Read the Full Article


Una investigación desarrollada en Canadá ha comprobado que añadir a la dieta un combinado de probióticos con un producto natural de la medicina ayurvédica, tradicional de La India, aumenta la vida de la mosca un 60% y disminuye el impacto de las enfermedades asociadas al envejecimiento. La clave: el eje intestino-cerebro. El resultado es extrapolable a los humanos… Lee el artículo completo

Clinical Omics

Changes in gut bacteria have been linked with the development of age-related disorders and chronic diseases, and research suggests that targeting the microbiome as part of the gut–brain axis (GBA) may represent a therapeutic approach against some age-related conditions. Scientists at McGill University in Montreal have now shown how a combination of a probiotic formulation and a herbal supplement used in traditional Indian medicine can extend the lifespan of male Drosophila melanogaster fruit flies by 60% and protect against age-related inflammation, oxidative stress, and insulin resistance, as well as improving mitochondrial function…Read the Full Article

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