Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood glucose, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. … Routine diagnosis of intestinalparasites is advocated among DM patients.
People with PTSD had lower levels of three different gut bacteria than individuals who experienced trauma but didn’t develop the disorder, a new study reports.
Gut Microbes May Talk to the Brain Through Cortisol. Researchers identify a predictive relationship between serotonin, cortisol and fecal microbiota. The study provides additional support for previous findings that implicate gut bacteria in ASD.
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Our results suggest that relative abundance data from the human gut microbiome differentiates individuals with healthy colons from those with adenomas and carcinomas. Most importantly, there was a significant difference in the gut microbiome of people with colonic adenomas compared with those with healthy colons. This has considerable importance in secondary prevention because screening forContinue reading “The Human Gut Microbiome as a Screening Tool for Colorectal Cancer”
APC scientists have shown that brain levels of serotonin, the ‘happy hormone’ are regulated by the amount of bacteria in the gut during early life. Their research is being published today in the leading international psychiatry journal, Molecular Psychiatry. This research shows that normal adult brain function depends on the presence of gut microbes duringContinue reading “Gut bacteria regulate happiness”
UCLA researchers now have the first evidence that bacteria ingested in food can affect brain function in humans. In an early proof-of-concept study of healthy women, they found that women who regularly consumed beneficial bacteria known as probiotics through yogurt showed altered brain function, both while in a resting state and in response to anContinue reading “CHANGING GUT BACTERIA THROUGH DIET AFFECTS BRAIN FUNCTION”
Genetic analysis by Stowers investigators has implications for a genetic disorder known as Hirschsprung Syndrome. Mutations in single genes can cause catastrophic diseases, such as Huntington’s Disease or sickle cell anemia. However, many conditions, including cancer, diabetes and birth defects are multigenic, arising from the collective failure of the function of more than one gene.Continue reading “HOW DEFICIENCIES IN TWO GENES SYNERGIZE TO HALT FORMATION OF GUT NERVOUS SYSTEM”
Why do some people remain healthy into their 80s and beyond, while others age faster and suffer serious diseases decades earlier? New research led by UCLA life scientists may produce a new way to answer that question — and an approach that could help delay declines in health. Specifically, the study suggests that analyzing intestinalContinue reading “Delaying Age Related Diseases by Keeping Gut Bacteria in Balance”
In a quest to stay healthy, many people are seeking natural ways to prevent neurodegenerative diseases. Recent studies show that pomegranate extract, which is a rich source of disease-fighting polyphenols, can help protect against the development of Alzheimer’s disease. But researchers weren’t sure which molecules to thank. A team reports in ACS Chemical Neuroscience thatContinue reading “Gut Bacteria Make Pomegranate Metabolites That May Protect Against Alzheimer’s”
Specific combinations of gut bacteria produce substances that affect myelin content and cause social avoidance behaviors in mice, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published today in the medical journal eLife. This research suggests that targeting intestinal bacteria, or their metabolites, could be one way toContinue reading “Combinations of Gut Bacteria Affects Myelin Content and Brain Function”
Could bacteria in your gut be used to cure or prevent neurological conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety or even depression? Two researchers sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) think that’s a strong possibility. Dr. John Bienenstock and Dr. Paul Forsythe–who work in The Brain-Body Institute at McMaster University in Ontario,Continue reading “A Possible Link Between Gut Bacteria and PTSD”
Summary: According to a new mouse study, antibotics that are strong enough to kill gut bacteria can also halt the growth of hippocampal neurons. Source: Cell Press. Antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria can also stop the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, a section of the brain associated with memory,Continue reading “A Link Between Gut Bacteria and Neurogenesis: Mouse Study”
A personalised nutrition approach Micronutrients such as zinc, copper and selenium play a pivotal role in a range of physiological functions and maintain immune and antioxidant systems (Eugenio Mocchegiani et al.). The complex interactions between micronutrients and genes could help in understanding how best to use nutrients as supplements in clinical practice. Further genetic andContinue reading “Diet for the elderly”