The potential of tailoring the gut microbiome to prevent and treat cardiometabolic disease

14 October 2022

In this review, Rima ChakarounLisa OlssonFredrik Bäckhed provide an overview of the current evidence on the interconnectedness of the gut microbiome and CVD against the noisy backdrop of highly prevalent confounders in advanced CVD, such as increased metabolic burden and polypharmacy. We further aim to conceptualize the molecular mechanisms at the centre of these associations and identify actionable gut microbiome-based targets, while contextualizing the current knowledge within the clinical scenario and emphasizing the limitations of the field that need to be overcome.


To the full article in Nature Reviews Cardiology

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