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Journal of Sport and Health Science  2017, Vol. 6 Issue (2): 179-197    DOI: 10.1016/j.jshs.2016.05.001
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Endurance exercise and gut microbiota: A review
Núria Macha,b, Dolors Fuster-Botellaa
a Health Science Department, International Graduate Institute of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Barcelona 08035, Spain;
b Animal Genetics and Integrative Biology unit (GABI), INRA, AgroParis Tech, University of Paris-Saclay, Jouy-en-Josas 78350, France
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Abstract Background: The physiological and biochemical demands of intense exercise elicit both muscle-based and systemic responses. The main adaptations to endurance exercise include the correction of electrolyte imbalance, a decrease in glycogen storage and the increase of oxidative stress, intestinal permeability, muscle damage, and systemic inflammatory response. Adaptations to exercise might be influenced by the gut microbiota, which plays an important role in the production, storage, and expenditure of energy obtained from the diet as well as in inflammation, redox reactions, and hydration status.
Methods: A systematic and comprehensive search of electronic databases, including MEDLINE, Scopus, ClinicalTrials.gov, ScienceDirect, Springer Link, and EMBASE was done. The search process was completed using the keywords:"endurance", "exercise", "immune response", "microbiota", "nutrition", and "probiotics".
Results: Reviewed literature supports the hypothesis that intestinal microbiota might be able to provide a measureable, effective marker of an athlete's immune function and that microbial composition analysis might also be sensitive enough to detect exercise-induced stress and metabolic disorders. The review also supports the hypothesis that modifying the microbiota through the use of probiotics could be an important therapeutic tool to improve athletes' overall general health, performance, and energy availability while controlling inflammation and redox levels.
Conclusion: The present review provides a comprehensive overview of how gut microbiota may have a key role in controlling the oxidative stress and inflammatory responses as well as improving metabolism and energy expenditure during intense exercise.
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Key wordsEndurance   Exercise   Immune response   Microbiota   Nutrition   Probiotics     
Corresponding Authors: Núria Mach,E-mail address:nuria.mach@inra.fr   
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Núria Mach, Dolors Fuster-Botella. Endurance exercise and gut microbiota: A review[J]. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 2017, 6(2): 179-197.
 
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