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Newsletter #122
February 22th, 2018
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In this newsletter, we're pleased to share with you the first of two summary documents on gut microbiota and probiotics! We hope you enjoy reading this collection of information with an introduction by GMFH board member Mary Ellen Sanders. In addition, we share a very special video that highlights what our GMFH board members have to say about the 5th anniversary of the GMFH initiative.

This newsletter also contains articles about some important new work: evidence that physical exercise can change gut microbial composition independent of diet, and how gut microbiota may be involved in the metabolic improvements induced by intermittent fasting. Then we cover two new reviews -- one on what we know to date about the relationship between gut microbiota and obesity, and another on how baseline gut microbiota composition and habitual dietary intakes are implicated in individual microbiota responses to diet.

The GMFH publishing team

Gut Microbiota for Health releases the first of two summary documents on gut microbiota and probiotics
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#GMFH5years: Gut Microbiota for Health board members speak about our 5th anniversary
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New research adds to evidence that exercise can change gut microbial composition independent of diet


Although both diet and medications together have been documented to be the main exogenous factor that modulates the gut microbiota composition and functional diversity, previous research in professional athletes has found that physical activity status...


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Gut microbiota is involved in intermittent fasting-induced metabolic improvement in mice


Obesity and related metabolic disorders are reaching pandemic prevalence in Western countries. Although there is no single solution to the obesity epidemic because it is a complex problem that deserves a multifaceted approach, intermittent fasting...


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A new review covers the latest knowledge on gut microbiota and obesity and related metabolic disorders


Although plenty of research in both animal models and humans during the last decade has explored the relationship between the gut microbiota and obesity and related metabolic disorders, the...


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Baseline gut microbiota composition and habitual dietary intakes are implicated in individual microbiota responses to diet


Although previous research has shown that both diet and medications are the primary factors involved in the modulation of both structural and functional capacity of the human gut microbiota, dietary intervention studies often do not...


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