Recent studies in centenarians have revealed that age-related changes in the gut microbiota are related to frailty and overall physical health.
Research found that fecal microbiota transplantation from young mice to old ones attenuated cognitive impairments and reversed some aspects of peripheral and brain immunity.
The potential benefits of fecal microbiota transplantation in obesity could rely on supplementation of low-fermentable fiber.
Interesting Blog Posts and Articles
Functional MDs offer five essentials for gut health
Eating enough fiber is important as we get older
What is alpha-galactosidase, and why it’s an important enzyme for our digestion
Podcasts / Videos I Enjoyed
Patient Perspectives: Young Onset Colorectal Cancer, from Butts & Guts
Eat This Way to Reduce Inflammation and Improve Your Chronic Health Condition, from the Ultimate Health Podcast
How Light and Seasonality Shapes Gut Health, from Gut Health Gurus
Looking for gluten-free recipes? Here are 15 casseroles for you!
A healthy holiday appetizer, Eggplant Ricotta bites.
Something different than the normal green bean casserole: Balsamic Olive-Oil Braised Green Beans
QuoteWishing you and yours a very happy winter holiday season!