keto deplet-o bifido?

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Ketogenic diets alter the gut microbiome resulting in decreased intestinal TH17 cells (Ang et al., 2020)

To be honest, it wasn’t the Th17 cells that caught my attention.

It was this:

and then this ?

A huge drop in actinobacteria and more specifically, our beloved bifidobacteria!

This is humans on a well-formulated ketogenic diet.

What went wrong?

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