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Fecal Transplants can treat intestinal permeability

Fecal Transplants, intestinal permeability, non-alcoholic, Lawson Health Research Institute, NAFLD, microbiomes, IBS, insulin, resistance, triglycerides, fat, liver, Gastroenterology, bloodstream, Dr. Michael Silverman, Associate Scientist at Lawson, Professor, Western's Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, coronary disease, cerebrovascular disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, diabetes, autoimmune disease, metabolic syndrome, London Health Sciences Centre , LHSC, St. Joseph's Health Care London, Dr. Laura Craven, Ph.D., Hitherto

Fecal transplants have now shown promise for use in treating intestinal permeability and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease according to research from Lawson Health Research Institute.