Red wine—a microbiome fertilizer?
The occasional glass of your favorite vintage could help diversify the good bacteria in your gut.
People with diabetes, obesity, autoimmune disorders and cancers frequently have fewer short-chain fatty acids. Increasing them may be helpful for restoring a normal gut environment.
Changes in protein and carbohydrate levels in the diet had similar effects on the gut microbiomes of both dogs and humans.
Better diversity seen after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
Intestinal colonies differ in those with this condition, bolstering the notion that the disorder isn't a psychological problem.