The Real Relationship Between Bacteria and Inflammation

It is looking possible that brain inflammation could be altered by bacteria in our microbiome – this is according to new research carried out at the University of Colorado Boulder. This suggests that one particular bacteria could have an anti-inflammatory effect on the brain. The study was carried out on rodents and it was found that the bacterium – mycobacterium vaccae – actually shifts the brain towards a state of anti-inflammation. Although much work is still required in order to develop this further, it’s sure to make you excited for the future of science! In the meantime, both Glutathione and Aeon are proven ways to manage inflammation and protect the body from the accumulation of inflammatory chemicals.