THE GUT IMMUNE/BRAIN CONNECTION GUT BACTERIA IS LINKED TO PARKINSON'S DISEASE SOURCE: NEWSMAX 5/5/2023 First, with increasing age, you have fewer immune T cells. These cells are necessary to recognize and respond to health threats. Second, you accumulate more worn-out memory-type T cells, which have lost their ability to divide and function properly.Instead, they release pro-inflammatory
Gut Bacteria Linked to Parkinson's Disease Development A recent study suggests that Parkinson's disease, in which parts of the brain are progressively damaged over many years, may actually start in the gut. Nearly 30% of the gut bacteria in patients with Parkinson's differed from those without the disease, according to British and U.S.