Probiotics: A New Treatment for Alzheimer’s?

In Brain Maker, we looked at the relationship between the health of the gut and that of the brain, particularly as it relates to how the gut is the origin of inflammation, a cause of Alzheimer’s disease, an inflammatory disorder. With that in mind, shouldn’t we be able to improve our gut health as a way to treat Alzheimer’s? Well, the latest science has something to say about that.

In today’s video, I’ll examine a recent study from Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience that reviewed the impact of probiotic supplements on cognitive function in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. The findings are absolutely astounding.

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