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Multiple Sclerosis, meat and microbiome

Multiple Sclerosis, MS, meat, microbiome, butyrate-producing gut bacteria, methylation, CNS, nerve cells, neurodegenerative disease, autoimmune disease, microbiome, inflammation, inflammatory cytokines, T-cells, immune system, immunomodulation, short-chain fatty acid,

Eating meat may cause a lowered level of butyrate-producing gut bacteria. This in turn produces a microbiome like that of MS patients, leading to more inflammation, more methylation and more damage of the CNS and particularly nerve cells.