Translational research into gut microbiota: new horizons on obesity treatment: updated 2014.

@article{Tsukumo2015TranslationalRI,
  title={Translational research into gut microbiota: new horizons on obesity treatment: updated 2014.},
  author={Daniela Miti Lemos Tsukumo and Bruno de Melo Carvalho and Marco Antonio de Carvalho Filho and M{\'a}rio J. A. Saad},
  journal={Archives of endocrinology and metabolism},
  year={2015},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={154-60}
}
Obesity is currently a pandemic of worldwide proportions affecting millions of people. Recent studies have proposed the hypothesis that mechanisms not directly related to the human genome could be involved in the genesis of obesity, due to the fact that, when a population undergoes the same nutritional stress, not all individuals present weight gain related to the diet or become hyperglycemic. The human intestine is colonized by millions of bacteria which form the intestinal flora, known as gut… CONTINUE READING
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