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From the article:

Scientists found that participants with a more diverse community of bacteria in their feces had generally lower levels of visceral fat. Visceral fat is body fat that is stored in the abdominal cavity near a number of important internal organs and is linked with higher risks of metabolic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. This type of fat has not previously been linked with the microbiome in humans.

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    I have two ‘fat disorders’, that came on overnight six years ago, at age 68. I wonder if getting a fecal implant, and maximizing the gut bacteria might possibly help these conditions! one being Lipedema!