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A recent study in collaboration with Dr. Nicolas Flamand explores the influence of dietary factors on the endocannabinoid-gut microbiota axis


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The gut microbiome and endocannabinoidome (eCBome) are intricately linked, playing crucial roles in regulating various physiological processes 🦠 eCBome mediators are found throughout the body, including in the brain and immune cells, and the gut hosts bacteria that interact with the eCBome and its receptors.
A recent study conducted by Dr. Alain Veilleux from the Center for Nutrition, Health, and Society (NUTRISS) at Laval University, in collaboration with Dr. Nicolas Flamand, delves into the dietary factors influencing this remarkable axis. It reveals that food patterns, rather than macronutrients alone, play a key role in mediating the relationship between the gut and the eCBome.
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