Clostridium Difficile cognition diet public

This image shows Clostridium difficile from a stool sample obtained using a 0.1 µm filter.

In this research, after just four weeks on a high-fat or a high-sugar diet, the performance of mice on various tests of mental and physical function began to drop, compared to animals on a normal diet. One of the most pronounced changes was in what researchers call cognitive flexibility. The image is for illustrative purposes only and shows Clostridium difficile from a stool sample obtained using a 0.1 µm filter. Image credit: CDC.

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