Sushi-munching bacteria found in the guts of Japanese people
"Writing in the journal Nature, the scientists describe how a long tradition of seaweed eating in Japan that dates back at least to the 8th century had caused their gut bacteria to adapt to the national diet."
Japanese gut bacteria have picked up genes that help their hosts digest the seaweed used to wrap sushi ...
Full story: Sushi-munching bacteria found in the guts of Japanese people; guardian.co.uk
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