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The type and quantity of dietary fat and carbohydrate alter faecal microbiome and short-chain fatty acid excretion in a metabolic syndrome 'at-risk' population

International Journal of Obesity : Journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity

Mar 14, 2012

Francesca FavaJulie A Lovegrove

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An obese-type human microbiota with an increased Firmicutes:Bacteroidetes ratio has been described that may link the gut microbiome with obesity and metabolic syndrome (MetS) development. Dietary fat and carbohydrate are modifiable risk factors that may impact on MetS by altering the hu...read more

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The type and quantity of dietary fat and carbohydrate alter faecal microbiome and short-chain fatty acid excretion in a metabolic syndrome 'at-risk' population

International Journal of Obesity : Journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity

Mar 14, 2012

Francesca FavaJulie A Lovegrove

PMID: 22410962

DOI: 10.1038/ijo.2012.33

Abstract

An obese-type human microbiota with an increased Firmicutes:Bacteroidetes ratio has been described that may link the gut microbiome with obesity and metabolic syndrome (MetS) development. Dietary fat and carbohydrate are modifiable risk factors that may impact on MetS by altering the hu...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Fat Necrosis
Epicholesterol
Dietary Intake
Taenia Coli
Diet
Fatty Acids, Volatile
Bifidobacterium
Dietary Carbohydrates
FAT1 gene
Weighing Patient
17
3
388

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