Probiotics: Research Beyond the Belly...and to the Brain and Heart)
|Probiotics: Research Beyond the Belly...and to the Brain and Heart)||Darrell Miller||06/13/17|
June 13, 2017 04:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Probiotics: Research Beyond the Belly...and to the Brain and Heart)
Probiotics are a very successful thing. It is very popular among consumers and also among clinicians. The digestive tract is considered a main hub in our bodies. They have a long track record of digestive health and other positive things. Your digestive and immune health. The research on the links between probiotics and the heart is still in the very early stages. There are many factors to consider in this area. There is still much developing in this area.
- Though research on the ties linking probiotics with the heart and the head remains in its early stages, the notion that there’s a real “there” there is gaining traction
- “The digestive tract is considered a main hub in our bodies and has an effect on almost every other vital bodily function—making it crucial that we keep it in balance,” Keller observes
- While the gut-brain axis is an emerging focus of research, and while early results in mood and anxiety look promising, we’re still a long way from improving cognition and memory,” he says.
"The latest eye-opener: Not only do probiotics have a proven track record of promoting digestive and immune health; emerging findings associate some strains with marked improvements in cognition and cardiovascular wellness, to boot."
Read more: //www.nutritionaloutlook.com/brain-health/probiotics-research-beyond-bellyand-brain-and-heart