A study in Scientific Reports showed that women who regularly consumed higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids had a healthier gut microbiome than those with lower omega-3 intake. UK researchers analyzed more than 800 middle-aged to older women and found that those who had higher intake of omega-3 fatty acids had an increased number of specific bacteria associated with a lower risk of obesity and lower inflammation.
Research examines link between omega-3 fatty acids, gut microbiome composition
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