Posted in Microbiome
Posted by Manuela Boyle on 30 June 2021
The role of bacteria within the human body is increasingly being shown to have a diverse range of effects on health and disease. Factors like genetics, liver metabolism efficacy, monthly fluctuation of hormones, health status, exogenous impacts such as diet, chemical exposure and pharmaceuticals can all change how oestrogen is metabolised and excreted and thus influence circulating oestrogen levels. Gastrointestinal (GI) microbes have been identified that influence both risk and protection ...
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