The findings add to mounting evidence that gut health affects overall wellbeing in ways we don't fully understand.
The researchers suggested that understanding the gut-lung axis better — especially how it affects respiratory disease progression — could also provide appropriate avenues for the development of therapies, drugs, and possibly even a cure for COPD in the future
Future weight loss may be determined by brain's subnetwork, its link with gastrointestinal system, says study
A number of factors contribute to or may be the chief cause of obesity, including metabolism, cognition, eating behaviours and the state of the gut microbiome.
Our ancestor's microbes made it possible to digest, detoxify the foods they were eating in the new areas they went too.
The adult gut microbiome is quite similar to the microbiome first introduced, the results show.