'Good Gut Bacteria' May Help Fight Obesity
June 18, 2011
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Daily intake of a specific form of lactic acid bacteria could help prevent obesity and reduce low-level inflammation.
Rats who were given the bacterium from before birth until adulthood put on significantly less weight than other rats, even though both groups of rats ate a similar diet.
“The study ... found the rats given lactobacilli had a richer and better composition of the bacteria which occur naturally in the intestines. A healthy gut flora should contain a large proportion of ‘good bacteria,’ such as lactic acid bacteria -- found in yogurt, cheese, sauerkraut, pickles, beer, wine, cider, chocolate and other fermented foods”.
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