Gut Bacteria Plays A Role In Long-Term Weight Gain

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Researchers have found that people who have a stable weight, or who lose weight, over a nine-year period have a larger number of different types of microbes in their guts, eat more fibre and have a higher abundance of certain types of gut microbes. Microbes in our gut have a strong effect on various aspects of our health.
Why do some people seem to eat whatever they want and not gain weight, and others appear to gain weight even if they eat reasonable amounts of food? The answer, at least in part, may be found in the bacteria that live in our guts.
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