The stomach bacteria are supplied by a carbohydrate which is usually found in the form of plant proteins according to scientists. The study’s findings are presented in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
According to research conducted by researchers, the bacteria that reside in our stomachs are fed by sugar that is usually found in the form of proteins from plants.
The use of N-glycans from plants as a form of complex carbohydrate as food for different kinds of microorganisms in the gut is discussed in a study found in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The gut microbiome is a remarkably vital aspect of our health. This finding will allow us to better comprehend the microbiome.
In determining the specific enzymes these microbes utilize in the digestion of their foods, we will be able to consider what diets could be created that will ensure a healthy gut and, consequently enhance our general health.