Using a gut microbiome-based algorithm to predict increases in blood glucose after eating may be better than using food calories or carbohydrates, according to a study in JAMA Network Open. Senior author Heidi Nelson said while the study does not make claims about preventing diabetes or prediabetes, it is a "first step in proving that we can maybe personalize nutrition in those who seek that option."
Study suggests gut microbiome may predict glucose spikes
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