One Major Effect Fermented Foods Have on Your Health, Says New Study

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Now, research suggests there’s another type of food that may even have a greater impact on staving off chronic inflammation. A new study published in the journal Cell finds that a diet rich in fermented foods (think miso and sauerkraut) enhances the diversity of gut microbes and thus decreases molecular signs of inflammation.
The study involved a clinical trial consisting of 36 healthy adults who were randomly assigned to a 10-week diet that either included foods that were fermented or high in fiber. The researchers found that the two diets had different effects on the gut microbiome and the immune system.
The study involved a clinical trial consisting of 36 healthy adults who were randomly assigned to a 10-week diet that either included foods that were fermented or high in fiber. The researchers found that the two diets had different effects on the gut microbiome and the immune system.