A gut bacteria found in marathon runners’ microbiome might enhance endurance.

A new study (Scheiman et al., 2019) by researchers affiliated with Harvard Medical School (HMS) provides the first evidence that a specific gut bacteria called Veillonella is correlated with increased aerobic exercise capacity in humans and mice. These findings were published June 24 in the journal Nature Medicine.


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