Animal-based diet {51111337}

Record Keys

Animal-based diet
Queue:[  ]


Initialisation date:[  ]
[  ]

Meta Information

Host:[  ]
Zone:[  ]


[  ]

Shared Reference Notes

  • [1.1
    - Animal-based diet could enrich the gut microbiome–encoding sulfite reductases and sulfite-reducing bacteria which generate hydrogen #Sulfide in sulfur metabolism, a harmful by-product that may induce DNA damage, disrupt the mucus bilayer, and promote inflammation and CRC.
  • [1.2
    - increased #Animal protein intake is associated with increased relative abundance of #Alistipes and #Bacteroides genera
  • [1.3] [#Animal fat consumption
    - animal-based diets (typically called a “Western” diet with high amounts of animal fat and protein, and processed carbohydrates) induce decreased levels of beneficial species within the #Firmicutes phyla and strains from the genus #Prevotella; while levels of bile-tolerant, inflammation-associated #Proteobacteria, such as #Bilophila, and #Bacteroides are increased

References Notes

[  ]

Common References

MetaBiom only uses strictly necessary session cookies to give you the best possible experience on the website. By selecting "Accept essential cookies" you agree to the use of these cookies.