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The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health

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The Human Microbiome, Diet, and Health
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Publisher: National Academies Press
Number of pages: 158

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The Food Forum convened a public workshop on February 22-23, 2012, to explore current and emerging knowledge of the human microbiome, its role in human health, its interaction with the diet, and the translation of new research findings into tools and products that improve the nutritional quality of the food supply.

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