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Microbiome: ‘good’ gut bacteria really could help you lose weight – new study

By Ana Valdes, Professor of Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology, University of Nottingham
Amrita Vijay, Research Associate in Gut Microbiome and Metabolic Health, University of Nottingham
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The trillions of microbes inside of our gut play many very important roles in our body. Not only does this “microbiome” regulate our metabolism and help us absorb nutrients from food into the body, it can also influence whether we are lean or obese.

Recent research even…

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