Diet and the microbiome in precision medicine

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Toribio-Mateas, M. and Bester, A. (2021). Diet and the microbiome in precision medicine. in: Faintuch, Joel and Faintuch, Salomao (ed.) Precision Medicine for Investigators, Practitioners and Providers Academic Press. pp. 445-452
AuthorsToribio-Mateas, M. and Bester, A.
EditorsFaintuch, Joel and Faintuch, Salomao
Abstract

With the current boom of research interest on the links between diet and the gut microbiome, it is easy to fall under the spell of hyperbolic claims. The one point that shines through clinical research is that diversity of fresh produce is a key contributor to a balanced microbial population, a state known as eubiosis, which contrasts with dysbiosis. Trials assessing the impact of single foods as well as whole diets, on the microbiome, metabolome, and on mental health markers, already provide many clues about how to achieve the best health results.

KeywordsDysbiosis; Energy dense foods; Epigenome; FODMAPS; Hyperpalatable foods; Mediterranean diet; Metabolome; Eubiosis; Microbiome; Microbiota; Polyphenol; Probiotics; Ultraprocessed foods; Western diet; Yoghurt
Page range445-452
Year2021
Book titlePrecision Medicine for Investigators, Practitioners and Providers
PublisherAcademic Press
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ISBN978-0-12-819178-1
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Print22 Nov 2019
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Deposited08 Dec 2021
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-819178-1.00043-5
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