Some People Have Fewer Bacteria

Too few gut bacteria in too many people


International groundbreaking research with participation of Danish investigators from University of Copenhagen shows that one out of four Danes are experiencing problems with the many bacteria living in their intestines. This seems to be associated with an increased risk of obesity and diabetes. The study shows that people having few and less diverse intestinal bacteria are more obese than the rest. It was also observed that if a person already belongs to the obese category and have less intestinal bacteria, they are more likely to gain more and more weight over the years. Nonetheless, the researchers are still unable to figure out why some people have less bacteria than the others.


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John Montague DC is the owner of WebVitamins. He is active in the industry and is currently president of the NPA East.

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