A new study reports high fat and high sugar diets alter gut bacteria and cause changes in cognitive flexibility, or the power to adapt to changes in situations.
According to a new study, gut bacteria plays an important role in inducing depression and anxiety, even in early life.
According to researchers, changes in the abundance of gut bacteria in female mice is tied to the rhythms of the internal clock.
According to researchers, analyzing intestinal bacteria could be a promising way to predict health outcomes as we age.
Researchers report gut bacteria could play a vital role in anorexia nervosa.
According to a new study, twenty minutes after a meal, gut microbes produce proteins that suppress the desire for feeding in animals.
Urolithins, compounds which are created when the gut breaks down polyphenols in pomegranate extract, may protect against Alzheimer's disease, a new study reports.
According to researchers, starting to exercise early in life can alter gut microbes for the better, promoting healthier brain and metabolic activity throughout the course of a lifetime.
Being sociable may help transmit beneficial microbes, a new study reports.
According to researchers, targeting specific gut bacteria could be a way to treat demyelinating diseases, like multiple sclerosis.