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  1. Strict vegetarian diet improves the risk factors associated with metabolic diseases by modulating gut microbiota and reducing intestinal inflammation.
    Environmental microbiology reports (Environ Microbiol Rep ) Vol: 5 Issue 5 Pages: 765-75
    Pub: 2013 Oct Epub: 2013 Jul 19
    • Kim MS
    • Hwang SS
    • Park EJ
    • Bae JW

  2. A vegan or vegetarian diet substantially alters the human colonic faecal microbiota.
    European journal of clinical nutrition (Eur J Clin Nutr ) Vol: 66 Issue 1 Pages: 53-60
    Pub: 2012 Jan Epub: 2011 Aug 3
    • Zimmer J
    • Lange B
    • Frick JS
    • Sauer H
    • Zimmermann K
    • Schwiertz A
    • Rusch K
    • Klosterhalfen S
    • Enck P

  3. Effects of diet on gut microbiota profile and the implications for health and disease.
    Bioscience of microbiota, food and health (Biosci Microbiota Food Health ) Vol: 32 Issue 1 Pages: 1-12
    Pub: 2013 Epub: 2013 Jan 31
    • Lee YK

  4. Microbial Community of Healthy Thai Vegetarians and Non-Vegetarians, Their Core Gut Microbiota, and Pathogen Risk.
    Journal of microbiology and biotechnology (J Microbiol Biotechnol ) Vol: 26 Issue 10 Pages: 1723-1735
    Pub: 2016 Oct 28 Epub:
    • Ruengsomwong S
    • La-Ongkham O
    • Jiang J
    • Wannissorn B
    • Nakayama J
    • Nitisinprasert S

  5. Curated database of commensal, symbiotic and pathogenic microbiota
    Generative Bioinformatics (Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine ) Vol: Issue Pages:
    Pub: 2014 Jun Epub:
    • D'Adamo Peter

  6. Dairy and plant based food intakes are associated with altered faecal microbiota in 2 to 3 year old Australian children.
    Scientific reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 6 Issue Pages: 32385
    Pub: 2016 Oct 3 Epub: 2016 Oct 3
    • Smith-Brown P
    • Morrison M
    • Krause L
    • Davies PS

  7. Worse inflammatory profile in omnivores than in vegetarians associates with the gut microbiota composition.
    Diabetology & metabolic syndrome (Diabetol Metab Syndr ) Vol: 9 Issue Pages: 62
    Pub: 2017 Epub: 2017 Aug 15
    • Franco-de-Moraes AC
    • de Almeida-Pititto B
    • da Rocha Fernandes G
    • Gomes EP
    • da Costa Pereira A
    • Ferreira SRG

  8. Influence of different dietary regimens upon the composition of the human fecal flora.
    Progress in food & nutrition science (Prog Food Nutr Sci ) Vol: 7 Issue 3-4 Pages: 127-31
    Pub: 1983 Epub:
    • Noack-Loebel C
    • Küster E
    • Rusch V
    • Zimmermann K

  9. Faecal microbiota composition in vegetarians: comparison with omnivores in a cohort of young women in southern India.
    The British journal of nutrition (Br J Nutr ) Vol: 108 Issue 6 Pages: 953-7
    Pub: 2012 Sep 28 Epub: 2011 Dec 20
    • Kabeerdoss J
    • Devi RS
    • Mary RR
    • Ramakrishna BS

  10. Health benefit of vegetable/fruit juice-based diet: Role of microbiome
    Scientific Reports (Sci Rep ) Vol: 7 Issue Pages: 2167
    Pub: 2017 May 19 Epub: 2017 May 19
    • Henning SM
    • Yang J
    • Shao P
    • Lee RP
    • Huang J
    • Ly A
    • Hsu M
    • Lu QY
    • Thames G
    • Heber D
    • Li Z

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