Dr. Tom Davies and Dr. Giulia Masetti, research scientists from Cultech Limited, present the findings of an exciting new study at the MicrobiotaMI 2018 scientific conference in Milan. Working in collaboration with academics from Cardiff University, they have found that the ProVen Lab4b consortium improved cognitive performance showing greater recognition in the probiotic-treated population. Dr. Davies believes that this research “strongly supports the growing awareness of the potential for probiotics to impact upon the gut-brain axis” and therefore help in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
Probiotics may help in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease
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