Fermented Food Consumption Associated with Changes in the Gut Microbiome

In a paper published on March 17th in mSystems, researchers at the University of California San Diego in partnership with Danone Nutricia Research have found that the gut microbiome of people who regularly consume fermented foods is associated with certain microbes derived directly from these foods, and their microbiomes are subtly yet significantly different from the gut microbiome of those not eating fermented food.