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January 12, 2021 - YAHOO News

A plant-based diet lowers your risks of diabetes and heart disease by boosting healthy gut bacteria, study finds

A plant-based diet lowers your risks of diabetes and heart disease by boosting healthy gut bacteria, study finds
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Plant-based diets are linked to plenty of health benefits, and new evidence suggests it may be because they cultivate friendly bacteria in our gut that control blood sugar levels.

The study, published January 11 in Nature Medicine, is the largest and most detailed to date that looks at gut microbiome, diet, and health.

Researchers from multiple universities, including King's College London and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, looked at extensive data from 1,098 health adults in the UK and the US, including long-term diet information, blood tests before and after eating, and samples of their poop to analysis gut bacteria.

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