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  1. The type and quantity of dietary fat and carbohydrate alter faecal microbiome and short-chain fatty acid excretion in a metabolic syndrome `at-risk` population.
    International journal of obesity (2005) (Int J Obes (Lond) ) Vol: 37 Issue 2 Pages: 216-23
    Pub: 2013 Feb Epub: 2012 Mar 13
    • Fava F
    • Gitau R
    • Griffin BA
    • Gibson GR
    • Tuohy KM
    • Lovegrove JA

  2. Gut Microbiome Composition in Non-human Primates Consuming a Western or Mediterranean Diet.
    Frontiers in nutrition (Front Nutr ) Vol: 5 Issue Pages: 28
    Pub: 2018 Epub: 2018 Apr 25
    • Nagpal R
    • Shively CA
    • Appt SA
    • Register TC
    • Michalson KT
    • Vitolins MZ
    • Yadav H

  3. The gut microbiome of kittens is affected by dietary protein:carbohydrate ratio and associated with blood metabolite and hormone concentrations.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 109 Issue 9 Pages: 1637-46
    Pub: 2013 May Epub: 2012 Aug 31
    • Hooda S
    • Vester Boler BM
    • Kerr KR
    • Dowd SE
    • Swanson KS

  4. Effects of a gluten-free diet on gut microbiota and immune function in healthy adult human subjects.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 102 Issue 8 Pages: 1154-60
    Pub: 2009 Oct Epub: 2009 May 18
    • De Palma G
    • Nadal I
    • Collado MC
    • Sanz Y

  5. High-level dietary fibre up-regulates colonic fermentation and relative abundance of saccharolytic bacteria within the human faecal microbiota in vitro.
    European journal of nutrition (Eur J Nutr ) Vol: 51 Issue 6 Pages: 693-705
    Pub: 2012 Sep Epub: 2011 Sep 28
    • Shen Q
    • Zhao L
    • Tuohy KM

  6. Dynamic alterations in the gut microbiota and metabolome during the development of methionine-choline-deficient diet-induced nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
    World journal of gastroenterology (World J Gastroenterol ) Vol: 24 Issue 23 Pages: 2468-2481
    Pub: 2018 Jun 21 Epub:
    • Ye JZ
    • Li YT
    • Wu WR
    • Shi D
    • Fang DQ
    • Yang LY
    • Bian XY
    • Wu JJ
    • Wang Q
    • Jiang XW
    • Peng CG
    • Ye WC
    • Xia PC
    • Li LJ

  7. Energy-dense diet triggers changes in gut microbiota, reorganization of gut-brain vagal communication and increases body fat accumulation
    Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis (Acta Neurobiol Exp (Wars) ) Vol: 77 Issue 1 Pages: 18-30
    Pub: 2017 Epub:
    • Vaughn AC
    • Cooper EM
    • DiLorenzo PM
    • O’Loughlin LJ
    • Konkel ME
    • Peters JH
    • Hajnal A
    • Sen T
    • Lee SH
    • de La Serre CB
    • Czaja K

  8. Influence of diet on the gut microbiome and implications for human health.
    Journal of translational medicine (J Transl Med ) Vol: 15 Issue 1 Pages: 73
    Pub: 2017 Apr 8 Epub: 2017 Apr 8
    • Singh RK
    • Chang HW
    • Yan D
    • Lee KM
    • Ucmak D
    • Wong K
    • Abrouk M
    • Farahnik B
    • Nakamura M
    • Zhu TH
    • Bhutani T
    • Liao W

  9. Influence of diet and spiramycin on <i>Actinomyces viscosus</i>-associated experimental periodontitis.
    Newsletter (International Academy of Periodontology) (Newsl Int Acad Periodontol ) Vol: 2 Issue 1 Pages: 5-11
    Pub: 1992 Mar Epub:
    • Keyes PH
    • Rams TE
    • Jordan HV

  10. Mediterranean diet and faecal microbiota: a transversal study.
    Food & function (Food Funct ) Vol: 7 Issue 5 Pages: 2347-56
    Pub: 2016 May 18 Epub: 2016 May 3
    • Gutiérrez-Díaz I
    • Fernández-Navarro T
    • Sánchez B
    • Margolles A
    • González S

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