- The main producers of butyrate
- Bacteroidetes trigger intestinal immune cells to release interferons. Interferons are key factors that ramp up the body’s response to viruses and help eliminate cells that are infected.
- Bacteroidetes have a specific molecule on their cell surface called a glycolipid that causes intestinal immune cells to release antiviral interferons.
- Obesity alters the balance of Firmicutes in non-obese individuals to Bacteroidetes phyla in obese ones.
- Gut-targeted delayed-release NA but not NAM produced a significant increase in the abundance of Bacteroidetes.
- In the absence of systemic side effects, these favorable microbiome changes induced by microencapsulated delayed-release NA were associated with an improvement of biomarkers for systemic insulin sensitivity and metabolic inflammation.
- Bacteroidetes has a substrate preference for certain fats.
- Bacteroidetes > prevalence is lower in obese people > low-calorie diet > proportion increasealong with weight loss based on a low-calorie diet .
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