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Industrialization Is Killing Everyone

Industrialization Is Killing Everyone

  • Diet is the No. 1 influencer and determinant of our gut microbiome composition
  • The more diversity of bacteria in the gut microbiome, the better for our health
  • Researchers have found that the further away people were from industrialization and ultraprocessed foods, the more diverse their gut microbiome was.


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