Physical Activity Differentially Affects the Cecal Microbiota of Ovariectomized Female Rats Selectively Bred for High and Low Aerobic Capacity

@inproceedings{Liu2015PhysicalAD,
  title={Physical Activity Differentially Affects the Cecal Microbiota of Ovariectomized Female Rats Selectively Bred for High and Low Aerobic Capacity},
  author={Tzu-Wen Liu and Y M Park and Hannah D Holscher and J. P. Torres Padilla and Rebecca J. Scroggins and Rebecca J. Welly and Steven Loyal Britton and Lauren G Koch and Victoria J Vieira-Potter and Kelly S. Swanson and Francesco Cappello},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The gut microbiota is considered a relevant factor in obesity and associated metabolic diseases, for which postmenopausal women are particularly at risk. Increasing physical activity has been recognized as an efficacious approach to prevent or treat obesity, yet the impact of physical activity on the microbiota remains under-investigated. We examined the impacts of voluntary exercise on host metabolism and gut microbiota in ovariectomized (OVX) high capacity (HCR) and low capacity running (LCR… CONTINUE READING
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