A recent NY Times article reviews a recent study which shows that changes in diet that incorporate more fruits and vegetables appears to create a ‘healthier’ microbiome.
Related article: VJ Martin, MM Leonare, L Fiecntner, A Fasano. J Pediatr 2016; 179: 240-48.This review provides more specific information regarding the microbiome in health and disease. Specifically, the authors provide data on the relationship of the microbiome to five common pediatric chronic inflammatory conditions: allergic diseases, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, necrotizing enterocolitis, and obesity.
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