- •This work represents the first study to correlate gut microbiota species with diet quality markers, using NOVA classification.
- •We found a different bacterial composition according to the preferential food group consumed: ultra-processed or unprocessed.
- •Higher ultra-processed food consumption was directly related to leptin resistance in woman.
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Methods and results
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