alexa The Effects of Diet and the Microbiome on Reproduction and Longevity: A Comparative Review Across 5 Continents

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The Effects of Diet and the Microbiome on Reproduction and Longevity: A Comparative Review Across 5 Continents

Human longevity and quality of life remain key societal drivers, but the healthcare burden of diet-related chronic diseases is economically unmanageable. In recent years, it has been proposed that the composition and abundance profiles of certain bacterial phyla in the gut are indicators of malnutrition, and ill health. But, how much does the gut microbiome and diet really contribute to outcomes? The description of three microbial enterotypes remains to be verified, as does its significance for health tested across continents and within people who migrate from one lifestyle to another.

Citation: Chilton SN, Enos MK, Burton JP, Reid G (2015) The Effects of Diet and the Microbiome on Reproduction and Longevity: A Comparative Review Across 5 Continents. J Nutr Food Sci 5:364.

 
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