Changing gut bacteria may help address obesity

04/26/2012 | NutraIngredients

French researchers found that mice that received gut bacteria from obesity-prone rats consumed more food, put on more weight and were more obese compared with their counterparts that got the bacteria from obesity-resistant rats. The results, presented at an American Society for Nutrition meeting, suggest altering intestinal bacteria may help reduce the risk of obesity.

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