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Can intestinal bacteria affect weight loss?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

New research suggests that the bacteria in your intestines may help increase the activity of the type of fat that helps your body burn calories. To learn more, watch this video featuring Dr. Robin Miller.


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