FACS faculty member presents research on gut microbes
Claire de La Serre, an assistant professor in the FACS department of foods and nutrition, is presenting research on gut microbes at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior this week in Portugal.
De La Serre's recent research analyzes the role gut bacteria has on brain signals.
To read recent overviewies of the research, see:
- Studies find that manipulating gut microbes may reverse the negative effect of a high fat (July 12th)
- Additional research shows that overeating leads to more eating (July 15th)
- Manipulating gut microbes may reverse the negative effect of a high fat diet (July 12th)
- How blueberries can help us lose weight (July 18th)