The Gut May Be The Key To A Long Healthy Life


According to recent research published in the journal Nature Metabolism, living a long and happy life may depend on the unique combination of bacteria/flora residing in our gut patterns in the microbiome may determine whether one is going to age well or have an early death.

A healthy gut typically will contain mostly beneficial bacteria and immune cells which will help to ward off infections, pathogens, and diseases. This is known to be a vital component of the body’s immune system, but the importance of this in the aging process has remained more unclear. Now, research from the Institute for Systems Biology indicates that the gut microbiome continues to evolve, but only among the healthy.

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