Microbiome Responses to an Uncontrolled Short-Term Diet Intervention in the Frame of the Citizen Science Project

@article{Klimenko2018MicrobiomeRT,
  title={Microbiome Responses to an Uncontrolled Short-Term Diet Intervention in the Frame of the Citizen Science Project},
  author={Natalia S Klimenko and A. Tyakht and A. Popenko and Anatoly S Vasiliev and I. Altukhov and D. Ischenko and T. Shashkova and Daria Efimova and D. A. Nikogosov and D. A. Osipenko and S. Musienko and K. S. Selezneva and A. Baranova and A. Kurilshikov and Stepan M Toshchakov and A. Korzhenkov and N. I. Samarov and M. Shevchenko and A. V. Tepliuk and D. Alexeev},
  journal={Nutrients},
  year={2018},
  volume={10}
}
Personalized nutrition is of increasing interest to individuals actively monitoring their health. The relations between the duration of diet intervention and the effects on gut microbiota have yet to be elucidated. Here we examined the associations of short-term dietary changes, long-term dietary habits and lifestyle with gut microbiota. Stool samples from 248 citizen-science volunteers were collected before and after a self-reported 2-week personalized diet intervention, then analyzed using… Expand
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