Gut Bacteria Linked to Cardiovascular, Kidney Diseases

TMAO Thought to Increase Heart Attack, Stroke Risk; Nutritional Interventions May Have Potential.

For years, cholesterol was thought to be the primary cause of cardiovascular disease. However, new research has found direct links between gut bacteria and heart failure and chronic kidney disease. The process involves two nutrients, choline (a component of lecithin, which is found in meat and eggs) and L-carnitine (found primarily in red meat), which, […]

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