Probiotics May Reduce Some Signs of Gut Inflammation

Probiotics May Reduce Some Signs of Gut Inflammation

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Probiotics May Reduce Some Signs of Gut Inflammation

Probiotic supplements could prove a useful add-on therapy for people with Parkinson’s disease, a recent study suggests. The study, “Influence of probiotic bacteria on gut microbiota composition and gut wall function in an in-vitro model in patients with Parkinson’s disease,” was published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutics: X. Although better known for its movement symptoms, Parkinson’s also affects the gut. Symptoms such as constipation and gastroparesis, which involves heartburn, nausea, vomiting, and feeling full quickly…

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