Gut Bacteria May Reveal Alzheimer’s Even Before Symptoms Appear

Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimer's

The decline in cognitive efficiency due to AD

What is Alzheimer’s disease?

healthy and affected neurons by Alzheimer's

(a)                                         (b)

A comparison of (a) healthy neurons with the (b) neurons affected by the clusters of amyloid-beta (visible as brown deposits)

Signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease

The gut microbiome as an AD biomarker

gut bacteria and ADHD

The connection between the brain and gut

Notable bacterial species in the gut microbiome

Can I slow down the AD?

How to prevent Alzheimer’s disease with diet?

Food for brain health
Some of the foods highly beneficial for brain health

Foods to avoid for a healthier brain

Conclusion

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Uzma Zafar is a dedicated and highly motivated pharmaceutical professional currently pursuing her PhD in Pharmaceutics at the Punjab University College of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab. With a comprehensive academic and research background, Uzma has consistently excelled in her studies, securing first division throughout her educational journey.

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