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Tell me how much Lactobacillus you have in your saliva, and I’ll tell you how likely you are to gain weight!

Low levels of Lactobacillus in the oral microbiota may predict weight gain over time. According to recent studies, the composition of the intestinal microbiota, particularly the amount of bacteria from the genus Lactobacillus, may play a role in weight management. Danish researchers set out to ch...
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Weight gain during pregnancy is decisive for the child’s health

By influencing the composition of babies’ intestinal microbiota, weight gain during pregnancy seems to be a decisive component in their long-term health.   Gaining too much weight during pregnancy constitutes a risk factor for various disorders in children, particularly obesity and asthma...
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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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