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Correlation network analysis reveals relationships between diet-induced changes in human gut microbiota and metabolic health

Body Composition Assessment
T Kelder
Used Parameters : BW, FFM, SMM, BFM, VFA

Publication Year : 2014

Country : Netherlands

Journal : Nutrition & Diabetes

Background: Recent evidence suggests that the gut microbiota plays an important role in human metabolism and energy homeostasis and is therefore a relevant factor in the assessment of metabolic health and flexibility. Understanding of these host–microbiome interactions aids the design of nutritional strategies that act via modulation of the microbiota. Nevertheless, relating gut microbiota composition to host health states remains challenging because of the sheer complexity of these ecosystems and the large degrees of …
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