Can We Eat Our Way To A Healthier Microbiome? It's Complicated

www.npr.org Published: November 8, 2013
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When NPR's Rob Stein got his microbiome analyzed recently in the name of science journalism, listeners were totally fascinated.

As Stein noted, it may be possible to cultivate a healthier community of bacteria on and inside us by modifying our diets.



NPR reports Stein was advised to eat more garlic and leeks for his. But we wondered: Are there other foods that promote a healthy microbiome in most people?

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