Prior Dietary Practices and Connections to a Human Gut Microbial Metacommunity Alter Responses to Diet Interventions.

@article{Griffin2017PriorDP,
  title={Prior Dietary Practices and Connections to a Human Gut Microbial Metacommunity Alter Responses to Diet Interventions.},
  author={Nicholas W Griffin and Philip P Ahern and Jiye Cheng and Andrew C. Heath and Olga Ilkayeva and Christopher B. Newgard and Luigi Fontana and Jeffrey I. Gordon},
  journal={Cell host & microbe},
  year={2017},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={
          84-96
        }
}
Ensuring that gut microbiota respond consistently to prescribed dietary interventions, irrespective of prior dietary practices (DPs), is critical for effective nutritional therapy. To address this, we identified DP-associated gut bacterial taxa in individuals either practicing chronic calorie restriction with adequate nutrition (CRON) or without dietary restrictions (AMER). When transplanted into gnotobiotic mice, AMER and CRON microbiota responded predictably to CRON and AMER diets but with… CONTINUE READING
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