Focus Areas

The human body is colonized by a vast number of microbes, collectively referred to as the human microbiota. Alterations or changes in composition and biodiversity of our microbiota have been associated with many disorders such as gastrointestinal tract (GIT) disorders, allergies or metabolic diseases. Research in probiotics is rapidly expanding and providing further scientific basis for the use of probiotics. Winclove currently offers probiotic formulations for six different indication areas, while continuing to explore new opportunities for probiotics to support daily life.

 

Gut Health

Improving GI-health by probiotics

The human gastro-intestinal (GI) tract harbors several thousands of different microorganisms, the so called gut microbiota. The bacterial cells of this microbiota...

Brain Health

Gut-brain communication

Mental disorders, depression in particular, are becoming a global epidemic. Worldwide, more than 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression. A variety of...

Ear, Nose and Throat

Probiotics to prevent upper respiratory tract infections

The importance of the microbial communities living in our intestinal tract for our health is well known. Due to extensive research we have...

Sport

Improving performance by strengthening the gut

Life is full of deadlines and demands, which can cause stress. Stress may have a physical or mental cause, such as endurance sport or exams. For many...

Allergy

Worldwide the prevalence of allergic diseases is rising dramatically in both developed and developing countries. In spite of this escalation, even in the developed world, treatment options for...

Women's Health

A healthy woman, a healthy baby, a healthy generation

Women have arguably the largest impact on global health because of their role in reproduction and childbearing. To be able to positively...