Tag: FMT

FMT and Autism: A Status Report

Over the weekend I read an interesting little article on the status of fecal microbiota transplant as a therapy for treating autism.[i]  It most certainly is one of the more promising treatments:  the two clinical trials so far have had pretty spectacular results.  That’s…

Parkinson’s, Fecal Transplant, Probiotics, Prebiotics…No Answers Yet

Yesterday morning, I got a comment on the Biome Buzz’ Facebook page, in response to last week’s post on the microbiome and the basal ganglia, that said, “Could you put it more simply and tell us what to do about it?  This is Facebook…

Fecal Microbiota Transplant: the Answer for Alzheimer’s Disease?

Ok, yeah…more on fecal microbiota transplants (FMT).  This is my obsession for the week. But after reading my last post…can you blame me?! In that post, in case you missed it, I talked about a new article reviewing the potential of FMT to treat…