What's in Your Gut Could Help Runners

Fun fact: Veillonella bacteria metabolizes the lactic acid produced by exercise and converts it into a propionate, a fatty acid that is believed to have beneficial effects on mammals such as boosting metabolism and regulating blood pressure.

So it makes sense that this microorganism could benefit athletic performance — and overall human health.


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