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Could The Gut Cure Brain Disease?

Gut And Brain Heath Are Far More Intimately And Intricately Linked Than Previously Imagined

Executive Summary

Scientists now understand that there are multiple, bi-directional links between gut and brain. They are using this knowledge to develop new treatments for some of the most challenging chronic conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and obesity. 

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