Drugging: Gut Bacteria Can be stop Heart Disease

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Between intestinal bacteria and heart disease, confirming targeting gut microbes in red meat, eggs and high-fat dairy products rich in nutrients contained in the diet may prevent heart disease.

Starting in the stomach can slow the progression of diet-induced heart disease demonstrated that exciting prospect, “Ohio, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute in the US, one of the researchers, said Stanley Hazen.

This new type of therapy for atherosclerosis, as well as other metabolic diseases in the future opens the door.

Trimethylamine N-oxide, a byproduct of fat digestion in the stomach – – atherosclerosis is linked to fatty arterial disease characterized by the deposition of material Tmao This approach centers around the research team’s previous search their inner walls, and the heart disease.

The team has identified a naturally occurring inhibitor called – Tmao levels and reduce atherosclerosis in mice that – some cold pressed virgin olive oil and grape seed oil found.

The search for a new therapeutic approach to prevent heart disease may represent.

Tmao are abundant in animal products, the nutrients choline, phosphatidylcholine and carnitine metabolites in the gut during digestion.

Tmao blood levels of heart attacks, stroke and death in clinical studies are associated with the risk.

Choline and lecithin, beef, lamb, liver, egg yolk and dairy products high in fat are at higher doses, Carnitine, red meat and liver is much quantity.

DMB in mice fed a diet high in choline or carnitine inhibited the TMA production. In the mice treated with the inhibitor was less and less Tmao developed atherosclerosis.

We have to block this type of heart disease diet is a way ‘Microbiome drugging that were able to show. Tmao inhibitor levels to reduce and prevent diet, a waste product produced by gut microbes depend prevents the formation of atherosclerosis.

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