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Research shows that your gut microbiome plays a role in the development of many diseases and health conditions, including obesity and difficulty maintaining weight loss after dieting, depression and multiple sclerosis (MS), just to name a few. Researchers have found a "functional link" between certain gut bacteria and the onset of Parkinson's disease, meaning, specific chemicals produced by certain gut bacteria worsen the accumulation of proteins in the brain associated with the disease.






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