HYDRAGUT study: Influence of HYDRAtion status on the GUT microbiota and their impact on the immune system.

@article{Useros2015HYDRAGUTSI,
  title={HYDRAGUT study: Influence of HYDRAtion status on the GUT microbiota and their impact on the immune system.},
  author={Noemi Redondo Useros and A. Gheorghe and Ruth Serrano Labajos and E. Rebato and A. S{\'a}nchez},
  journal={The FASEB Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={29}
}
While a good hydration state is essential for health maintenance, the dehydration state, produced by the imbalance between fluid intake and fluid losses, could be related to an inflammatory situati... 

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