Nearly 60% of phyla in gut fluctuate from morning to night, by season

The balance of microbes in the human gut varies from day to night and by season, with the most pronounced microbiome fluctuations reported from summer to winter.“The microbiome accounts for about half of the cells that make you a human, and the fluctuations in the makeup of the microbiome could have wide-ranging implications for health and medicine,” Amir Zarrinpar, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine at the University of California, San Diego, said during the Digestive Disease Week media briefing. “Our gut microbiome, though, is constantly changing, is very dynamic.“MyRead More