Gut microbes may also influence the development of neurodegenerative problems: take a look

According to a study, the billions of microorganisms that exist widely in our intestines, called the gut microbiome

 have far-reaching implications for how our bodies function. Participants in this microbial community create

the growth of dangerous microorganisms, and manipulate the immune machine,

 A recent study from the Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis found that the gut microbiome 

The study in mice determined that gut bacteria affect the behavior of immune cells throughout the body, 

The findings, which were published January 13 in the scientific journal

We gave younger mice antibiotics for just a week and saw permanent alteration in their gut microbiomes

Morriss III Professor of Annotated Neurology. "What's interesting is that manipulating the gut microbiome could be a way

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