Can Gut Bacteria Cause Alzheimer’s?

A new study has found a strong association between bacteria in the gut and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) plaque in the brain. This opens new doors of treatment according to the researchers. Yet we already know that evidence has shown that both mastic gum and galantamine may offer a solution to this dilemma by knocking out the bacteria, H. pylori, the cause of ulcers and stomach cancer. These nutrients may also reduce plaque formation and lower the prospects of AD.

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