Cornell University on Gut bacteria: How Genes Determine the Fit of Your Jeans
It should come as no surprise that our genetic makeup determines our body shape by which type of microbes thrive in our body. Cornell University researchers have learned that the Christensenellaceae bacterial family is commonly found in more lean individuals. Christensenellaceae minuta protects weight gain in individuals. This discovery may be able to reduce the risks of obesity diseases through personalized probiotic therapies.