Microbe Helps Hosts Exercise Longer

Posted by: | October 8, 2019 | Comments

Microbe Helps Hosts Exercise Longer

A recent study published in Nature Medicine reports on the correlation between rigorous exercise and the increase in abundance of a specific bacterial genus in the human gut microbiome. The collaborative group, which includes CRISPR-researcher George Church from Harvard Medical School, established a connection between the abundance of Veillonella atypica and an increased ability to tolerate fitness.

This article adds to the growing evidence that the microbiome can influence not only disease progression and gastrointestinal conditions but also normal physiological processes and biological development.

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