Today’s Solutions: October 01, 2023

Antibiotics can be life-saving. They also cause serious damage to our gut—the largest organ of our immune system. A compromised microbiome is increasingly associated with many degenerative diseases—from cancer to dementia. A controversial treatment can restore the microbiome: fecal microbiota transplantation. A new study found that fecal transplants can quickly and safely restore a compromised microbiome within days of treatment.

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