Gut Bacteria articles

Research indicates that our gut bacteria population is absolutely essential to many aspects of our health. Below are links to a wide variety of articles on the subject.

Gut Bacteria Can Trigger Autoimmune Disease  
Microbes compete for nutrients, affect metabolism, development in mice Gut bacteria populations can fluctuate with the seasons
Walnuts may promote health by changing gut bacteria New light on link between gut bacteria and anxiety
Gut bacteria may play a role in Alzheimer’s disease Diet Choice, reproduction of fruit flies affected by gut bacteria
Natural compound coupled with specific gut microbes may prevent severe flu Protein-rich diet may help soothe inflamed gut

Gut microbe movements regulate host circadian rhythms Link between microbiome in the gut, Parkinson's discovered
Body weight heavily influenced by gut microbes: Genes shape body weight by affecting gut microbes Gut bacteria are protected by host during illness
Chronic fatigue syndrome is in your gut, not your head Gut microbiota influences blood-brain barrier permeability
Gut feelings: How the microbiome may affect mental illness and interact with treatment Link between gut bacteria, MS discovered
MS patients show lower levels of good bacteria
Genetic variants in patients with crohn's disease prevent 'good' gut bacteria from working
'Bugs' as drugs: Harnessing novel gut bacteria for human health
Gut Bacteria could help prevent cancer
Microbes help to battle infection: Gut microbes help develop immune cells, study finds Lifestyle determines gut microbes: Study with modern hunter-gatherers tells tale of bacteria co-evolution
Gut bacteria population, diversity linked to anorexia nervosa Gut microbes signal to the brain when they're full
Bacterial flora of remote tribespeople carries antibiotic resistance genes Link between intestinal bacteria, depression found
Microbiome linked to type 1 diabetes: Shift in microbiome species diversity prior to disease onset Could gut microbes help treat brain disorders? Mounting research tightens their connection with the brain
Gut Bacteria and jet lag are linked to obesity People's genes may influence 'gut' bacteria that cause Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis
Gut bacteria are protected by their hosts during illness Protein controlling the gut's protective force is identified
Diet affects males' and females' gut microbes differently 'Normal' bacteria vital for keeping intestinal lining intact
Can chemicals produced by gut microbiota affect children with autism? Gut Bacteria induce metabolic changes after exposure to artificial sweeteners
Bacteria with a sweet tooth may help us stay healthy Microbes in the gut help determine risk of tumors
Better gut bacteria for longer life Geographic variation of human gut microbes tied to obesity
Gut microbes in healthy children carry antibiotic resistance genes Probiotic therapy relives autism symptoms in mice
New Explanation for Infection Susceptibility in Newborns: It Is All About Helping Beneficial Bacteria Colonize the Gut Fatty acids produced by gut bacteria boost the immune system
Obesity may be linked to microorganisms living in the gut Changing gut bacteria leads to weight loss
Gut bacteria and breast milk 700 species of essential bacteria are found in breast milk
Pills made of poop cure serious gut disease  
Obesity linked to intestinal flora: another article Low levels of healthy gut bacteria can cause mental health issues such as anxiety and schizophrenia, say scientists 
Gut bacteria influence the evolution of their host How viruses in gut bacteria change over time
How gut microbes can inactivate cardiac drugs How gut bacteria populate the gut
Gut bacteria CURE obesity in mice- ! Changing gut bacteria through diet affects brain function in humans
Infants who don't breast feed fail to establish the right bacteria populations
Autism and Immune Disorders
Gut bacteria help to prevent diabetes
Gut bacteria therapy may help regulate weight


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