Research Confirms Connection Between Gut Bacteria And Alzheimer’s



As we learn more about which bacteria are beneficial to our guts and overall health—and which aren’t—this research opens up the possibility of new preventative measures against neurodegenerative diseases, such as through supplementing pre- and probiotics.

But as Frisoni is sure to point out, there is still work to be done in identifying exactly which strains of bacteria we want to go for. And further, this would be a preventative strategy, not a treatment—highlighting the importance of early detection.

Still, one thing we can be sure of is the role of gut health in everything from healthy aging, neurodegenerative diseases, digestion, skin health, autoimmune diseases, and so much more. Until we understand more about specific strains of bacteria, it would seem the best thing we can do is mind our gut.

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