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Multiple Sclerosis

What Gut Bacteria Has to Do With MS

They may sound like odd bedfellows, but the bacteria in your gut, known as your microbiome, plays a major role in health and disease.

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    Jeanine Barone

    Jeanine Barone

    Jeanine Barone is a scientist and journalist with an eclectic background. She’s a nutritionist and exercise physiologist who regularly writes about travel, health, fitness, and food for numerous top-tier publications. Jeanine enjoys active travel, especially long-distance cycling and cross-country skiing.