Genistein prevention of hyperglycemia and improvement of glucose tolerance in adult non-obese diabetic mice are associated with alterations of gut microbiome and immune homeostasis.

Genistein is a isoflavone found in high concentration within soybeans and other soy products. Due to observed positive health benefits, scientists have been investigating the mechanisms and reasons behind its role in improving human health.

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