Stress and its impact on Intestinal Epithelial Cells

Review of Gates of Wrath: Role of intestinal epithelial cells in Stress response Talk by Dr Jacob Allen, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Microbiome summit Brain/ Gut AxiS The brain and gut are intrinsically linked . The nervous system has been explored as being the link specifically the via the vagus nerve. Yet, more information is being revealed about how neurotransmitters and stress hormones may interface with the gut microbiome and effect gut function such as intestinal barrier function. The vagus nerve (also known as cranial nerve X) is a bi-directional nerve that starts in the medulla of the brain stem and then spreads to various organs throughout the body including the lungs, the

Plasmalogens: An important link to neurological disorders.

When we think of neurologic disorders like Dementia , Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Diseased, Multiple Sclerosis, and Autism we are left with a lot of why questions and a lot of theories. Most neurologic disorders involve issues with neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation, and mitochondrial problems. And finding the root cause is subject to tremendous research and therapeutic trials. I was introduced not too long ago to plasmalogens as a biomarker. And to be honest I had only heard the term once by a famous lipidologist Dr. Mark Houston when he spoke on cardiovascular disease. So as a newby I wanted to find out why plasmalogens are seen to be a link and possible way to prevent and support t

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