The Link Between Gut Bacteria and Childhood Obesity

 

Recent studies estimate that up to 17% of children may be overweight or obese in the US (1). And while our electronics-crazed society and intakes of highly processed foods may be fueling the problem, a new study by researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Health finds that the bacteria in our guts and how it interacts with metabolic organs such as fat tissue and immune cells, may impact the risk of obes...

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