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Maternal Administration of Probiotic or Prebiotic Prevents Male Adult Rat Offspring against Developmental Programming of Hypertension Induced by High Fructose Consumption in Pregnancy and Lactation.

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PubMed ID: 30181501

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Hsu CN, Lin YJ, Hou CY, Tain YL

Nutrients. Sep 2018

COMMENT: This work is centred on the study in rats of the hypertension that maternal high-fructose (HF) diet can induce in her adult male offspring. Considering that the effect of HF-induced programmed hypertension could be mediated by microbiome alteration, the authors tried to determine whether microbiome-targeted therapies could be efficacious. They used probiotic Lactobacillus casei and prebiotic inulin:

Maternal probiotic Lactobacillus casei and prebiotic inulin therapies protect against hypertension in male adult offspring born to fructose-fed mothers. Probiotic treatment prevents HF-induced hypertension is associated with reduced plasma acetate level and decreased renal mRNA expression of Olfr78

The authors conclude that maternal gut microbiota-targeted therapies could be useful to prevent the development of hypertension caused by maternal consumption of fructose-rich diet.

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Raquel Tobes