Can Certain Types Of Common Gut Bacteria Increase Our Risk Of Heart Disease?
There is growing evidence that common gut bacteria are associated with the development of major blockages of the coronary arteries.
These bacteria are generally considered good bacteria because they live in our gut, where they have a beneficial effect on our health. However, doctors and clinical researchers are now finding these bacteria, or fragments of these bacteria called endotoxins, are entering through damaged regions in the lining of our intestinal wall and entering our bloodstream, where they are wreaking havoc on our heart health.
We will explore how you can prevent this from happening.