Chocolate, Coffee May Play Role in the Gut Microbiome


Purine metabolite xanthine, which is found in caffeinated foods, including chocolate, coffee, and tea, plays a role in cell differentiation in the gut microbiome, according to the results of a study published in Immunity.

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Source: Coffee Talk

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