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Exercise and microbiota: a question of balance

Having trouble exercising under lockdown? With the easing of measures, no more excuses: it’s time to get back to it! Be careful, though: just like a sedentary lifestyle, too much physical activity may disrupt your gut microbiota and harm your muscles.   Numerous studies have shown that, i...
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Athletes have a more efficient microbiota

While benefits of sports are well known, the link with the microbiota is just starting to be investigated. An Irish team studied the impact of physical activity on our intestinal flora.   Besides the heart, brain or muscles, the microbiota is an unsuspected beneficiary of physical exercis...
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Physical activity is good for the microbiota!

Sports practice improves the composition and functionality of the gut microbiota, but its beneficial effects disappear as soon as you stop training.   The composition and functionality of the intestinal microbiota depend on several environmental and behavioral factors, such as diet, obesi...
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