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“…This could lead to reproductive and mental disorders as well as to metabolic diseases by altering hormone regulation of food intake, appetite and satiety [104]. Even if the mechanisms behind this dysbiosis are still not clarified, the impact of EDs on intestinal microbiota may be responsible for obesity even in young children [105]. EDs influence the gut‐microbiome dialogue and can lead to dysbiosis.…”
Section: Experimental Evidence For Metabolic Effects Of Mdcsmentioning
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“…take an ecological look at one of the most distressing problems affecting the child population – obesity. 13 They draw attention to the fact that air pollution, exposure to chemicals that interfere with the metabolism, excessive consumption of ultra-processed foods, changes in the intestinal microbiota and sedentary lifestyle are associated with increased obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes and changes in lipid metabolism.…”
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