Anorexia nervosa and gut microbiota. Source: Psihiatru.
Author s : Hâncu, Anca Mihaela Abstract: Gut microbiota is playing an important role for host health. Gut-brain axis, defined by new research, is the bidirectional communication between brain and intestinal microbiota.
Anorexia nervosa AN is defined as the mental ilness characterized by high restriction in energy intake, with a very low weight and terrible fear of weight increase. The disruption of normal gut microbiota, defined as a dysbiosis, is described in AN.
Microbiota modulation could bring health benefits, with practical applicability in AN. The personalised psychobiotics approach is the future perspective.
The topics include the discussion of the applications in relation to metabonomics and gut microbiota in nutritional research, in health and disease and a review of future therapeutical, nutraceutical and clinical applications. It also examines the translatability of systems biology approaches into applied clinical research and to patient health and nutrition.
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