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When a bacterium produces alcohol, your liver suffers!

Non-alcoholic hepatic steatosis, or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, could be partly due to the production of alcohol by a bacterial species invading the gut microbiota.   Non-alcoholic hepatic steatosis is characterized by excess fat in the liver, not related to excessive alcohol consu...
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WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF RED WINE ON OUR GUT MICROBIOTA?

Thanks to their antioxidant properties, polyphenols found in red wine could increase gut microbiota diversity, a factor which contributes to good health. The news should thrill wine lovers as well as producers of the “nectar of the gods”.   Health benefits of red wine–as long as it is con...
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Non-alcoholic beer: the gut microbiota just loves it!

A Mexican study compared the effects of beer consumption–with or without alcohol–on the bacteria of our intestinal flora. The conclusion was unambiguous: raise your glass to sobriety, it is way better than amber nectar!   Although alcohol abuse is detrimental to health, the discussion reg...
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