Cambridge Independent explores Institute research on gut microbiome and link with healthy ageing

Cambridge Independent explores Institute research on gut microbiome and link with healthy ageing

The research, published in Nature Communications, (see Could boosting the gut microbiome be the secret to healthier older age?) demonstrated that faecal transplants from young mice replenishes the gut microbiome and boosts the gut immune system in older mice. The article in the Cambridge Indepentent summarised the research and included other examples where faecal transplants are having an impact on health. Read the article here: Babraham Institute study suggests faecal transplants could be the key to healthy ageing.