Theories surrounding when is the best time to take a probiotic supplement in order to yield the best, actionable benefits has long been a source of contention. One recently published study has highlighted that there seems to be little difference to the measurable outcomes.
For the past several years I have been writing and lecturing about the relationship between Alzheimer’s disease and changes in the gut bacteria.
With the growing focus on the human microbiome there has been a profound shift in our understanding of the role of the gut in health and disease.
Gluten-related pathologies range from immune-mediated conditions, such as coeliac disease and wheat allergy, to non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. In either instance, symptoms can range from localised to systemic and may easily be misdiagnosed as seemingly unrelated to their underlying cause: gluten intolerance.