Human Microbiota includes bacteria, fungi, archaea, protozoans and viruses that appear to be even more numerous than those in the human genome. Gut microbiota can influence the extraction of energy from food, lipid metabolism, immune response and endocrine functions and its profile has differentiated between obese and lean subjects.
• Human diabetogenic microbiota
• Diet-Microbiota Interactions
• Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics
• Host Metabolism
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