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Study suggests that gut bacteria manipulation may be able to tamp down neuroinflammation

Multiple sclerosis is a brain disease, right? Wrong. A recent study suggested that M.S. is actually a gut-brain disease and that drug makers trying to cure M.S. may be barking up the wrong tree. They should be looking to the gut – not the brain.

It’s not just about M.S. though. The recent discovery of a gut bacteria triggered anti-inflammatory process reaching all the way up to the brain potentially has vast treatment implications for neuroinflammatory diseases like M.S. and ME/CFS and FM.

Find out more in this Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog:

Could the Gut Cure Neuroinflammation? An M.S. and ME/CFS/FM Inquiry


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