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It Is Really Simple: Foods and Human Health, The Whole Story
Evidence continues to emerge that the gut-associated microbiome plays a central role in mediating the effects of diet on human health. A recent review of this field published in Nutrients, "The Western Diet-Microbiome-Host Interaction and Its Role in Metabolic Disease", advances several dimensions of the diet–gut microbiome interaction that have received limited investigation. The intent of this editorial is to focus attention on components of processed foods, the consumption of which may alterdoi:10.3390/nu12072102 pmid:32708552 fatcat:jtye52szrfbvtetdcdfi52ow3e