Keto Mediterranean diet could modulate gut microbiome to reduce Alzheimer's risk
29 days ago - By Healio
Researchers found that a modified Mediterranean-ketogenic diet can impact the gut microbiome in a way that decreases risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Harriom Yadav, PhD, assistant professor of molecular medicine at Wake Forest School of Medicine, and colleagues found that the diet produced changes in the microbiome that correlated with reduced levels of Alzheimer's markers in individuals who participated in the study.
“The relationship of the gut microbiome and diet to neurodegenerative diseases has recently received considerable attention,” Yadav said in a press release. “This
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