Improved health through the microbiome. Advances in the microbiome roll on!
A synbiotic (BC30 and B-glucans) resulted in improved metabolic status of obese humans. Microbiome findings were mixed compared to expected outcomes.
Check out this brief read in how clinicians are leveraging microbiome tools in combatting some of the most prevalent health conditions and diseases.https://discoverysedge.mayo.edu/2019/01/14/microbiome-in-cancer-obesity-ibd-and-infections/
Introduction In 2016, a scientific article published in The Lancet put forth the shocking finding that the numbers of obese people now outnumber those that are under-weight. Further, health risks associated with obesity are among the leading causes of death. While there are many ways that fat accumulation can be influenced, one of the more recent areas that has …