What Is the Key to Japanese Centenarians' Long Lives?
Data from people who live well over 100 years have revealed a unique gut microbiome community that affects bile acids.
Data from a group of centenarians whose average age was 107 revealed gut microbiota that include Odoribacteraceae, which reliably produces a bile acid called isoallo-lithocholic acid, are important to preventing illness
A strong balance of beneficial gut microbiota may also help lower chronic inflammation, which is associated with athero…
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