Gut bacteria have an effect on mental health

Gut bacteria have an effect on the functioning of immune cells in the body and in the brain

including those implicated in neurodegenerative problems, including Alzheimer's disease.

 The findings open up the opportunity to change the microbiome to save yourself or treat neurodegeneration.

Now, a new study indicates that the gut microbiome also plays a key role in our brain health

 according to researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

The test, in mice, found that gut bacteria, in part with the help of producing compounds consisting of short-chain fatty acids

 affect the functioning of immune cells throughout the body, including those in the brain

 that can damage brain tissue and exacerbate neurodegeneration. in conditions such as Alzheimer's disorder.

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