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Skipping a meal: consequences for the salivary microbiota?

What we eat and when we eat it can affect our microbiota. According to a recent study, the salivary microbiota of teenagers who skip meals is different from that of “regular eaters”.   We now know that our diet shapes the composition of our microbiota and, therefore, our health. While man...
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Eating when the Spanish do, is bad for the health!

Eating lunch too late modifies the composition of the intestinal and salivary microbiotas, and can contribute to the development of various problems such as obesity and some inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), according to the results of an international team.   Diet can exert a considerab...
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