ARE ENTEROTYPES IN OBESE MODIFIED BY BARIATRIC SURGERY, THE USE OF PROBIOTIC SUPPLEMENTS AND FOOD HABITS?

Giúlia Jager Maximowicz DE-OLIVEIRA Maria Eliana Madalozzo SCHIEFERDECKER Antonio Carlos L CAMPOS About the authors

ABSTRACT

Introduction:

Studies suggest that bariatric surgery, use of probiotic supplements and the dietary pattern can change enterotypes, as well as the entire microbial population.

Objective:

To verify the influence of bariatric surgery, the use of probiotic supplements and eating habits on enterotypes in obese patients.

Methods:

Articles published between the 2015 and 2020 were searched in Lilacs and PubMed with the headings: probiotics, eating behavior, food consumption, food, diet, microbiota, gastrointestinal microbiome, bariatric surgery, gastric bypass and the keyword enterotype in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

Results:

Of the 260 articles found, only studies carried out in obese adults relating changes in the enterotype after bariatric surgery or use of probiotics or dietary patterns and original articles were selected. In the end, eight papers on enterotype change and bariatric surgery were selected and categorized, four on the relationship between food consumption and microbiota and one on the effects of probiotics on enterotypes.

Conclusion:

The microbial structure is widely modified after bariatric surgery, since the use of probiotic supplement does not bring lasting changes. Enterotypes appear to be shaped by long-term dietary patterns, can modulate how nutrients are metabolized and can be a useful biomarker to improve clinical management.

HEADINGS:
Probiotic; Food consumption; Microbiota; Gastric bypass; Obesity

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