Gut microbiome modulation with dietary fibers

August 26, 2021

Our intestines harbor a highly complex and dynamic community of microorganisms whose number greatly exceeds that of the human cells comprising our bodies. The community of gut microbes and the human body live in symbiosis, which means they both benefit from the interaction with each other. Modulation of gut microbiota via consumption of dietary fibers and prebiotics is considered to be key to digestive health, weight management and potentially our mood.

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