The Relationship Between Provetella Genus in Intestinal Flora and Exercise and Diet Styles of Professional Football Players

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Prevotella, Footballer, Sedantary, Intestinal microbiota.

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Aim: This study aims to deal with the relationship between Provetella genus in intestinal flora and exercise and dieting styles of professional football players. Material and Method: 10 volunteers, 5 male fotballers playing at elite level and 5 sedentary men between the ages of 18-21, participated in the study. In the study, metagenomic analysis of Prevotella genus was performed by taking “Stool Sample” from the subjects only for 1 time. A questionnaire was applied to determine the nutritional styles of the subjects. SPSS 20.0 package program and Minitab 17 programs were used in the statistical analysis of the data, and the significance level was taken as p <0.05. Results: It was determined that professional footballers had higher Prevotella type intestinal flora than sedentary individuals and this difference was statistically significant (p <0.05). In addition, it was determined that the groups had different feeding styles, professional footballers’ was rich in protein, and sadenters’ wasin carbohydrate and vegetables. Conclusion: It can be said that differences in exercise and dieting styles lead to differences in Prevotella genus. Prevotella intestinal flora is a very effective type in carbohydrate fermentation and may have positive effects on athlete's performance developments.

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