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The mice that were given a ketogenic diet also displayed an improved balance in the microbiome in the gut. It increased the relative abundance of beneficial gut microbiota (Akkermansia muciniphila and Lactobacillus) and reduced that of pro-inflammatory taxa (Desulfovibrio and Turicibacter). It is thought that the increased blood ketone levels play a role in the microbiome changes.

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    in human Ketogenic diet has lack of fiber and disastrous results for microbiome in the gut. all gut microbes incl Lactobacillus need carbohydrate not fat/protein to survive. Mouse digestive system is different and not comparable with apes-do a study on humans or monkeys and see the results—Another Meat industry irrelevant study