Clogged arteries possibly caused by bacteria, not diet

By Lisa Stewart

March 7, 2018

Clogged arteries possibly caused by bacteria, not diet

Researchers suggest bacteria may play a key role in clogged arteries.

The fat molecule plaques clog arteries, raise risk of heart attacks and strokes and may come from bacteria living in our mouths and guts, not just from our diet.

Scientists matched the signature of fat molecules made by bacteria belonging to the Bacteroidetes family.  See publication for more information.

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