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Gut Health and Obesity - Research

Liu T et al 2021 - Western diet induces Paneth cell defects through microbiome alterations and farnesoid X receptor and type I interferon activation
Jones N et al 2021 - Fructose re-programmes glutamine-dependent oxidative metabolism to support LPS-induced inflammation
Kim M et al 2020 - Gut microbiota and metabolic health among overweight and obese individuals
Beisner J et al 2020 - Fructose-Induced Intestinal Microbiota Shift Following Two Types of Short-Term High-Fructose Dietary Phases
Montrose D et al 2020 - Dietary Fructose Alters the Composition, Localization and Metabolism of Gut Microbiota in Association with Worsening Colitis
Chng K et al 2020 - Metagenome-wide association analysis identifies microbial determinants of post-antibiotic ecological recovery in the gut
Luck et al 2019 - Gut-associated IgA+ immune cells regulate obesity-related insulin resistance
Liu et al 2019 - Dietary quality and the colonic mucosa‚Äďassociated gut microbiome in humans
Nutrition and Chronic Digestive Diseases: An Action Plan for Europe
Armour et al 2019 - A Metagenomic Meta-analysis Reveals Functional Signatures of Health and Disease in the Human Gut Microbiome
Vangay et al 2018 - US Immigration Westernizes the Human Gut Microbiome
Delgadoa et al 2018 - Role of prebiotics in regulation of microbiota and prevention of obesity
Soto et al 2018 - Gut microbiota modulate neurobehavior through changes in brain insulin sensitivity and metabolism
Menni et al 2017 - Gut microbiome diversity and high-fibre intake are related to lower long-term weight gain
Nicolas et al 2017 - Transfer of dysbiotic gut microbiota has beneficial effects on host liver metabolism
Gul et al 2016 - Inhibition of a gut enzyme may explain how aspartame promotes glucose intolerance and obesity in mice
Chassaing et al., 2015 - Dietary emulsifiers impact the mouse gut microbiota promoting colitis and metabolic syndrome
Thompson et al., 2015 - Milk- and solid-feeding practices and daycare attendance are associated with differences in bacterial diversity, predominant communities, and metabolic and immune function of the infant gut microbiome
Warinner et al, 2015 - Ancient human microbiomes.
Swithers 2013 - Artificial sweeteners produce the counterintuitive effect of inducing metabolic derangements