Probiotics are usually talked about in terms of their benefits for our digestive and immune health. New research is showing that the gut-brain connection is another area where probiotics can have an impact.
Rats with diabetes were given either a standard diet or a diet with probiotics added for 2 months. Before and after the study, the rats had memory and other cognitive tests done.
They found that those rats given the probiotics did better on these tests.
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