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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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