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Gut microbiome composition is linked to metabolic improvements induced by dietary changes in Korean adoptees

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Authors
Kim, Eunae; Chae, Ryeon; Jeong, Gajin; Ko, Gwangpyo; Lee, Jung Eun; Jin, So-Yeon; Sung, Joohon
Issue Date
2015-06
Publisher
European Society of Human Genetics
Citation
European Human Genetics Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, June 6-9, 2015
Abstract
A growing body of evidence suggests that healthy diet is one of the major factors associated
with metabolic health and changes in gut microbiota. Here we conducted a low-salt, highfiber
diet intervention trial on Korean adoptees, to assess alterations in gut microbiome
composition in response to changes in diet and the associations with metabolic improvement.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/95520
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