Delving into the disruptive gut microbiome of anorexia nervosa pathology

Published in Nature Microbiology, a study by researchers at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark has delved into the microbiota of patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) pathology and identifies the mechanistic interplay between restricted eating habits and how the gut microbiota’s natural response negatively accentuates the pathology. Additionally, fecal microbiota transplantation from AN cases to germ-free mice under energy-restricted feeding mirrored AN eating behaviors.

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