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The thin bacteria: Bacteroides can inhibit fat accumulation and promote the secretion of leptin

Jun 9th 2015 at 6:50 PM

At almost the same time when obesity bacteria was found, the thin bacteria was also found, it is bacteroides. It is increasingly considered as the lean bacteria of the human body. Last September, scientists from the United States, France and Denmark published their papers on the Science and reported the results of transplanting the intestinal flora of the 4 twins to sterile mice.

The 4 sisters are a fat and another thin, tentatively called "Lydia" and "thin". The interesting thing is, the transplanted Lydia intestinal flora in the mice became a "fat rat", and transplanted thin sister intestinal flora of mice or a "lean rats". Here, whether the mice is fat or not seems unrelated to the diet because the two kinds of mices were fed with the low-fat, high fiber diet.

More interesting is that when the two intestinal bacteria were in a cage rearing and fertilizer bacteria can not replace thin bacteria, but thin bacteria can invade microbial fertilizer. The bacteria were still thin thin, and microbial fertilizer mice also won't get fat. Further analysis showed that the increase of the short chain fatty acids in the intestine of the thin rat can inhibit the accumulation of fat in adipose tissue, increase the energy consumption, and promote the secretion of leptin (full belly hormone). The bacteria population analysis showed that the invasive bacteria was a kind of Bacillus. Other studies have shown that the bacillus in the mouse intestine is indeed related with slimming. Many modern scientific slimming products also adopt the similar slimming mechanism. Fruta Planta Reduce Weight is the one you can depend on to successfully control body weight within the reasonable range.

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