akkermansia muciniphila

  1. Mauritio

    It's not just the glycine! Pro-metabolic peptides in gelatin.

    Many people commonly attribute gelatin's anti-inflammatory effects solely to the amino acid glycine, and perhaps also to proline or hydroxyproline. However, it appears that gelatin/collagen contains intriguing peptides with a multitude of unique benefits. This supports the idea of favoring...
  2. Mauritio

    Wheat starch causes inflammation and fatty liver, cooked starch does not

    In short: Wheat starch causes inflammation and fatty liver, cooked (gelatinized) starch does not. Ray Peat right again. Wheat starch increased weight and cholesterol and gelatinized starch did not. BTW a high salt diet also did not cause those pathologies, another interesting find of the study...
  3. Mauritio

    MAO-B / Serotonin causes atherosclerosis, Selegiline treats

    Research on Selegiline seems to be picking up and researchers are now using it for all kinds of disorders like fatty liver disease or atherosclerosis, not just Parkinson's and anti-aging. This study looked the causes of atherosclerosis and if MAO-B has something to do with it. It turned it, it...
  4. Hans

    The One Gut Bacterium You Have To Boost (and Here’s How)

    There is so much controversy over gut bacteria and if we should lower it or boost it or try to modulate it. Well, we have a gut microbiota whether we like it not, so we have to make the best of it. Lowering gut bacteria with antibiotics can be very helpful, but is rarely a long term solution...
  5. Mauritio

    A. Muciniphila Improves Insulin Sensitivity, Lowers Weight+ Cholesterol+reduces Endotoxin Load

    What do you guys think of this bacteria ? It seems to improve insulin sensitivity, reduce weight, lower cholesterol, reduce endotoxin load and improve liver function. Cross-talk between Akkermansia muciniphila and intestinal epithelium controls diet-induced obesity. - PubMed - NCBI "Obesity...
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