The effects of dairy and dairy derivatives on the gut microbiota: a systematic literature review
Hajara Aslam, Wolfgang Marx, Tetyana Rocks, Amy Loughman, Vinoomika Chandrasekaran, Anu Ruusunen, Samantha L Dawson, Madeline West, Eva Mullarkey, Julie A Pasco, Felice N Jacka
Gut Microbes | TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC | Published : 2020
This review was not specifically funded. HA is supported by Deakin University Postgraduate Industry Research Scholarship; AL is supported by a Deakin University Deans Postdoctoral Fellowship; TR has received grants, fellowships and research support from University of the Sunshine Coast, Australian Postgraduate Awards, Fernwood Foundation and Be Fit Food. TR received consultancy, honoraria and travel funds from Oxford University Press, the University of Melbourne, the University of Sydney, Bond University, University of Southern Queensland, Dietitians Association of Australia, Nutrition Society of Australia, The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Black Dog Institute, Australian Rotary Health, Australian Disease Management Association, Department of Health and Human Services, Primary Health Networks, Barwon Health, West Gippsland Healthcare Group, Central West Gippsland Primary Care Partnership, Parkdale College, City of Greater Geelong and Global Age; WM is supported by an Alfred Deakin Research Fellowship and a Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia Fellowship and has previously received funding from the Cancer Council Queensland and university grants/fellowships from La Trobe University, Deakin University, University of Queensland, and Bond University. WM has received industry funding and has attended events funded by Cobram Estate Pty. Ltd. WM has received travel funding from Nutrition Society of Australia. WM has received consultancy funding from Nutrition Research Australia. WM has received speakers' honoraria from The Cancer Council Queensland and the Princess Alexandra Research Foundation; MW is supported by a Deakin University PhD Scholarship; FNJ has received Grant/Research support from the Brain and Behaviour Research Institute, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian Rotary Health, the Geelong Medical Research Foundation, the Ian Potter Foundation, Eli Lilly, Meat and Livestock Australia, Woolworths Limited, the Fernwood Foundation, Wilson Foundation, the A2 Milk Company, Be Fit Foods, and The University of Melbourne, and has received speakers honoraria from Sanofi-Synthelabo, Janssen Cilag, Servier, Pfizer, Health Ed, Network Nutrition, Angelini Farmaceutica, Eli Lilly and Metagenics. FNJ has written two books for commercial publication and has a personal belief that good diet quality is important for mental and brain health.