Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes Could Be Avoided Through a Healthy Gut Microbiome

Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes Could Be Avoided Through a Healthy Gut Microbiome
A new study entitled “Intestinal Epithelial Cell Toll-like Receptor 5 Regulates the Intestinal Microbiota to Prevent Low-Grade Inflammation and Metabolic Syndrome in Mice,” suggests that maintaining a healthy gut microbiome, the population of microorganisms that populate the intestine, can prevent metabolic syndrome, thus reducing the risk of developing metabolic-associated syndromes, such as heart attacks, stroke, and

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