Resistant starch is a highly fermentable fiber, although it’s considered to be an insoluble fiber. What is more interesting is the fact that the food source of resistant starch matters, as scientists show not all foods that are high in resistant starch drive identical changes in gut microbiota’s functional diversity.

An update on the microbiome and allergic diseases

31 Dec 2018

by Marina Pérez-Gordo

Gut microbiota is the human body's most complex, diverse and numerous ecosystem of all, particularly in the caecum, where the density of microorganisms is the highest.