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Blueberry supplementation influences the gut microbiota, inflammation, and insulin resistance in high-fat-diet-fed rats.

Lee S, Keirsey KI, Kirkland R, Grunewald ZI, Fischer JG, de La Serre CB. Blueberry supplementation influences the gut microbiota, inflammation, and insulin resistance in high-fat-diet-fed rats. J Nutr [Internet]. 2018;148:209–19.

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Blueberry proanthocyanidins and anthocyanins improve metabolic health through a gut microbiota-dependent mechanism in diet-induced obese mice.

Morissette A, Kropp C, Songpadith J-P, Junges Moreira R, Costa J, Mariné-Casadó R, Pilon G, Varin T V, Dudonné S, Boutekrabt L, et al. Blueberry proanthocyanidins and anthocyanins improve metabolic health through a gut microbiota-dependent mechanism in diet-induced obese mice. Am J Physiol Metab [Internet]. 2020;318:E965–80.

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Wild blueberry proanthocyanidins shape distinct gut microbiota profile and influence glucose homeostasis and intestinal phenotypes in high-fat high-sucrose fed mice.

Rodríguez-Daza M-C, Daoust L, Boutkrabt L, Pilon G, Varin T, Dudonné S, Levy É, Marette A, Roy D, Desjardins Y. Wild blueberry proanthocyanidins shape distinct gut microbiota profile and influence glucose homeostasis and intestinal phenotypes in high-fat high-sucrose fed mice. Sci Rep [Internet]. 2020;10:2217.

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Lowbush wild blueberries have the potential to modify gut microbiota and xenobiotic metabolism in the rat colon.

Lacombe A, Li RW, Klimis-Zacas D, Kristo AS, Tadepalli S, Krauss E, Young R, Wu VCH. Lowbush wild blueberries have the potential to modify gut microbiota and xenobiotic metabolism in the rat colon. PLoS One [Internet]. 2013;8:1–8.

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