The microbiota consists of at least 30 trillion microbes, mostly bacteria, that inhabit our bodies and can be found mostly in the colon.

Inflammation can happen after a single meal, caused by a bacterial cell-wall building block known as endotoxin. Endotoxin from bacteria spike the blood within an hour of eating cream and glucose. The appearance of these bacterial products activate immune cells and cause inflammation and may cause diseases such as obesity and diabetes.

One possible dietary solution involves the gut microbiota. A recent study revealed that orange juice prevented endotoxin from entering the blood and blocked inflammation. This was an early clue that not all calories are equal....

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