You Are What You Eat—The Relationship between Diet, Microbiota, and Metabolic Disorders—A Review

@article{Moszak2020YouAW,
  title={You Are What You Eat—The Relationship between Diet, Microbiota, and Metabolic Disorders—A Review},
  author={Małgorzata Moszak and M. Szulinska and P. Bogdański},
  journal={Nutrients},
  year={2020},
  volume={12}
}
  • Małgorzata Moszak, M. Szulinska, P. Bogdański
  • Published 2020
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nutrients
  • The gut microbiota (GM) is defined as the community of microorganisms (bacteria, archaea, fungi, viruses) colonizing the gastrointestinal tract. GM regulates various metabolic pathways in the host, including those involved in energy homeostasis, glucose and lipid metabolism, and bile acid metabolism. The relationship between alterations in intestinal microbiota and diseases associated with civilization is well documented. GM dysbiosis is involved in the pathogenesis of diverse diseases, such as… CONTINUE READING
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