It was already known that diet and taking drugs act on the Microbiota. According to a new study led by Dr. Jeffrey Woods we can now add physical exercise as one of the factors acting on the Microbiota.read more
In this TEDx Talks Dr. Neal Barnard discusses research findings from cohorts of patients predisposed to Azheimer Disease due to the presence of the apoE4 gene.
A correlation is shown between the level of consumption of saturated fats (for example, fried bacon, but more broadly the excess of meat or dairy products) and the appearance of Alzheimer’s disease.read more
The numerous microorganisms in our intestine have a significant influence on our health and well-being. We know that this community, our gut Microbiota, plays a key role in metabolism and immunity.
Recently it was discovered that the Microiota is also related to neurodegenerative diseases of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases; It can play a role in the progression or even favor the appearance of the diseases.read more
Various medications have an effect on the Microbiota. The best known are antibiotics, but other medications such as antacids would also have a deleterious effect on the balance of our bacteria.
This is shown by a recent case-control study, which compares a group of patients who take a specific type of antacid (the Proton pump inhibitors, such as omeprazole) with another group that does not take it.read more
Gut Microbiota for Health is pleased to present its “Year at a Glance 2017” document! With an editorial from Prof. Fernando Azpiroz, Head of the Gut Microbiota & Health section of the European Society of Neurogastroenterology and Motility (ESNM), Vienna (Austria),...read more