Why bacteria in the stomach really DO control everything from our eating habits to weight loss and mood

When we can't lose weight, we tend to want to blame something outside of our control. 
Could it be related to the microbiota – the bacteria and other organisms – that colonise your gut?
Now, two experts from the University of New South Wales reveal exactly the trillions of microorganisms work.
Here, in a piece for The Conversation, they explain how the bacteria in the gut affect our eating habits and weight. 
Our gut harbours some trillion microorganisms. 
These are key in harvesting energy from our food, regulating our immune function, and keeping the lining of our... read more

19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail

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