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$1 million for intestinal flora research that could potentially prevent obesity

(Faculty of Science - University of Copenhagen) The Department of Food Science at University of Copenhagen has received 6.3 million Danish kroner (approximately $1 million) from the Danish Council for Independent Research to study whether you can prevent obesity by manipulating intestinal flora early in life. The research could be the first small steps towards a new early prevention of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
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