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Gut Health and Alzheimer’s Disease connection in Mesa. Doctor Explains | State

Big picture: Dr. Lindsay Boykprice “…maintaining a healthy gut promotes overall health!”

In the news: According to new research, specific types are abundant The number of gut bacteria may be related to the likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

Main findings

The study identified 10 gut bacteria that may increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in the future. This research continues to build on the discovery that a good gut biome is important for health.

researchers noted It is believed that an imbalance in the concentration of these gut bacteria can lead to other diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), Crohn’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

Next steps: There’s already plenty of research linking gut health to mental and brain health.

did you know Does that mean about 2754.0 people died from Alzheimer’s disease in Arizona in 2021?

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doctor’s expert Insights into Gut Health and Brain Health

Know this: “Undoubtedly, findings such as those highlighted in this preliminary article continue to shed light on the transformative power and potential of personalized medicine. Another thing I would recommend is, “It’s important that people get regular colonoscopies. Preventive measures like colonoscopies.” There is increasing evidence that taking Dr. Puja Appal of Family Medicine.

Next steps: If you live in Arizona, you should have a colonoscopy every time you turn 45.

i live in mesa The following health facts directly affect your health.

Did you know that 31.0% of adults in Maricopa County are obese?

6.0% of adults in Maricopa County have limited access to healthy foods.

14.0% of adults living in Maricopa County have poor or normal health?

Alzheimer’s Disease Mortality Rates by State

Image courtesy: [CDC/Alzheimer’s Disease Mortality Statistics](CDC/Alzheimer’s Disease Mortality Statistics).

What they say:

“There is growing evidence to suggest that imbalances in the human gut microbiota are linked to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) through neuroinflammatory processes across the microbiota-gut-brain axis. The gut microbiota influences brain health through the secretion of toxins and short-chain substances.α-chain fatty acids that regulate intestinal permeability and many immune functions.Observational studies have shown that microbiota in Alzheimer’s patients Biome diversity is decreasing, which may contribute to disease development.” (primary research)

“Overall, our new findings on 10 important genera associated with Alzheimer’s disease by meta-analysis provide new insights into the interplay of the gut microbiota on Alzheimer’s disease.” Bacterial genus abundance and genetic relatedness have been correlated with the risk of Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis, and protective directives such as risk-associated genera. Corinthella was previously associated with neuroinflammatory processes across MGBA, but genera-like Gordnibacter It is known to secrete metabolites that promote gut and brain health. ”Ditto. )

source:

journal scientific report We published our findings: Genetic correlations between Alzheimer’s disease and gut microbiota genes (read here)

Alzheimer’s Disease Statistics for Mesa: (Alzheimer’s Association)

An estimated 6.7 million Americans are living with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type.

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