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Protect Your Microbiome

3 monthes ago   |   By Food and Health

The key to good health is in your gut!
A recent study on mice sheds light on how sugar in our diet may impact our gut microbiome, along with the risk of diabetes and unwanted weight gain. This new research was published in Cell.
Most of us recognize that a high-fat, high-sugar, “Western-style” diet can lead to obesity. This current study suggests that it's not just the extra calories that are doing damage.
According to Ivalyo Ivanov, PhD, associate professor of microbiology & immunology at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, “The gut microbiome is indispensable...
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