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What Your Microbiome Really Needs Is Fiber, Not Kombucha

Some microbes reside permanently in our guts. Others are just passing through.


InIn recent years, we’ve begun to learn that most everything we eat — from probiotic yogurt to a serving of asparagus to a fatty pork chop — has an effect on the microbes that live in our bodies, which, in turn, have an effect on us. And…




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Katherine Harmon Courage

Katherine Harmon Courage

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