Research Paper: Biomarkers of intestinal barrier function in multiple sclerosis are associated with disease activity.
The evidence continues to grow that increased intestinal permeability (leaky gut) is a factor in people with multiple sclerosis (and many other autoimmune and neurological disorders). Read the [...]
A review of research studies and clinical cases in Japan suggests role of gut environment in development of multiple sclerosis
Key Points Gut environment can influence central nervous system. Western-style dietary habits are potentially risk factor for MS development. Changes in gut microbiome possibly affect development [...]
Research Update: The link between our gut microbiome, inflammation in the brain and speed of brain shrinkage
It is so great to see another paper talking about the link between our gut microbiome and the level of inflammation in the brain and speed of brain shrinkage. The evidence grows that the microbes [...]