Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 7 pp 10240—10274

Maternal high sugar and fat diet benefits offspring brain function via targeting on the gut–brain axis

Special maternal diet changes the gut microbiome trace. (A) The dietary supplement of Hericium erinaceus group (A); the dietary supplement of Ganoderma lucidum (B); the heatmap of genus bacterial influenced by the postpartum environmental exposure (C). The symbol of N1 is the 28-day control samples, N2 is the 56-day control samples; M1 is the 28-day HSHF samples, M2 is the 56-day HSHF samples; HE1 is for Hericium erinaceus treated 28-day samples, HE2 is for Hericium erinaceus treated 56-day samples, LZ1 is for Ganoderma lucidum treated 28-day samples, LZ2 is for Ganoderma lucidum treated 56-day samples. Data are presented as the means ± SD of more than 8 independent experiments. *p **p vs. the model group by one-way ANOVA, followed by the one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) at p Supplementary Figures 7, 8

Figure 5. Special maternal diet changes the gut microbiome trace. (A) The dietary supplement of Hericium erinaceus group (A); the dietary supplement of Ganoderma lucidum (B); the heatmap of genus bacterial influenced by the postpartum environmental exposure (C). The symbol of N1 is the 28-day control samples, N2 is the 56-day control samples; M1 is the 28-day HSHF samples, M2 is the 56-day HSHF samples; HE1 is for Hericium erinaceus treated 28-day samples, HE2 is for Hericium erinaceus treated 56-day samples, LZ1 is for Ganoderma lucidum treated 28-day samples, LZ2 is for Ganoderma lucidum treated 56-day samples. Data are presented as the means ± SD of more than 8 independent experiments. *p <0.05 and **p <0.01 vs. the model group by one-way ANOVA, followed by the one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) at p < 0.05. Also see in the Supplementary Figures 7, 8