Dr. Nicole Cain Published in Psychology Today
Let’s talk about cognitive functioning, specifically Alzheimer’s and how the gut brain axis is involved.
Is anyone surprised that the gut has anything to do with this?
Preclinical studies are showing how the gut may offer predictive value into Alzhiemer’s disease progression in high-risk patients. With the latest research emerging on this neurodegenerative disease, we are able to better understand treatment options and ways we can be proactive in our health.
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Read the full article on Psychologytoday.com
Here are some key points from the article:
- Fatalities from Alzheimer’s disease have increased 150% since 2000.
- Neuroinflammation, beta amyloid plaque accumulation, and tau protein tangles are considered causative.
- Gut imbalances are now associated with the development of neurodegenerative disorders.
- Simple lifestyle changes may help in preventing development of Alzheimer’s disease.
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