Robert Martindale, MD, PhD, explains the importance of probiotics and prebiotics in altering the composition of the gut microbiome. Fiber, especially soluble fiber, for example, is a prebiotic with a positive influence on the gut microbiome. Prebiotics like fiber can support healthy bacteria in the gut microbiome, addressing all-cause mortality.
- The Role of Microbiome
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