Using an algorithm based on a person’s gut microbiome can more accurately predict spiked in blood glucose after a meal compared to a model based on the kilojoule or carbohydrate content of the food.
The gut microbiota is the hottest of hot research fields today. The microbes that inhabit our intestine are more than passive freeloaders living off the food we eat. With a thriving mix of beneficial bacteria, our gut microbiome can keep us healthy. Immunity, mental health, diabetes and even body weight make up the fascinating areas […]