The human gut microbiota generate numerous metabolites via fermentation reactions that are known to play significant
role in host homeostasis. The use of omics approaches to analyse gut microbiome has generated a lot of attention as a way
of identifying metabolite biomarkers for treating and diagnosing gut diseases. The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
metabolomic techniques can be used to investigate the influence of probiotics and prebiotics in gut metabolite generation
and how the activity of certain microbes might be modulated. This study aimed to employ metabolomic techniques in
faecal samples from five individuals at three different.