Abstract P507: Interplay Between Diet and Gut Microbiota, and Circulating Levels of Trimethylamine N-oxide: Findings From the Men’s Lifestyle Validation Study

  • Li J
  • Li Y
  • Ivey K
  • et al.
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Background: Trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) is proposed as a possible culprit linking red meat intake and poor cardiovascular health. The relationship between diet, microbial metabolism, circulating ...

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Li, J., Li, Y., Ivey, K., Wang, D., Wilkinson, J., Franke, A., … Sun, Q. (2020). Abstract P507: Interplay Between Diet and Gut Microbiota, and Circulating Levels of Trimethylamine N-oxide: Findings From the Men’s Lifestyle Validation Study. Circulation, 141(Suppl_1). https://doi.org/10.1161/circ.141.suppl_1.p507

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