The bacteria in your gut may play a major role in the development of Alzheimer's disease - the most common form of dementia.
By know you may have known the 'good' gut bacteria majorly helps in smooth digestion of the food we eat by producing certain vitamins and enzymes. A latest study, conducted at Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute ...
The findings may open door to new therapies to alter gut bacteria types that contribute to body weight, fat and cholesterol levels. This can further facilitate prevention of heart disease.
Gut microbes build a complex and intricate mechanism inside the gut to promote good health.
Do you live up north? You may have gut microbes associated with obesity. Researchers have found that people living farther north in colder climates have more of the bacterial group 'Firmicutes' and fewer of the ...
The microbial environment in the gut directed the immune cells there to protect the brain.
Scientists identified a bacteria, whose genes and compounds extend the life as well as slow down the progression of tumours and the accumulation of amyloid-beta.
Prebiotics For Weight Loss: Prebiotics are said to be non-digestible carbohydrates, which are used up by the gut microbiota and are usually present in foods that are rich in fibre.
A research study suggests how certain diet changes can neutralize the effect of diets that leads to deposition of fats and hardening of arteries increasing the risk of heart disease and stroke.
A recent study explains how our stomach has a certain bacteria that help us digest yeast and other complex carbohydrates.