SDSU researches find common foods can help foster gut health

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Certain foods could trigger chronic health conditions, while others offer strong medicinal and protective qualities.

San Diego State University researchers have found a new way to harness food as medicine, which has far-reaching implications to control harmful microbes in our gut while balancing microbial diversity by fostering the growth of beneficial bacteria.

Lance Boling, molecular biologist & research associate at SDSU, was in studio to talk about it.

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