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Paul Cotter and his team at the University of Cork (Ireland) are studying athletes for the impact of sports activities of varying intensity on the gut microbiota and the derived and human metabolites composition.

A recent study, from researchers at University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), provides further evidence that a correlation exists between the gut microbiota composition and emotional and behavioural responses.

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Paul Cotter and his team at the University of Cork (Ireland) are studying athletes for the impact of sports activities of varying intensity on the gut microbiota and the derived and human metabolites composition.

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Major insights have been gained into the response of our gut to meal-related stimuli. However, the investigatory techniques available are scarce and cannot be applied for the whole range of foods. For instance, widely used…

Nutrition and defense are important functions that involve the gastrointestinal tract. In healthy subjects, meal ingestion induces homeostatic sensations (satiation and fullness) that are involved in digestive well-being and mood. However, a large proportion of…

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