“This is damned amazing research. Two different labs studying MS were at the same conference and found out their research goals aligned. Instead of competing, they worked together and found this out:

IgA antibodies produced in the gut travel to the brain and turn off MS flare ups by shutting down neuroinflammation.

More evidence that the gut brain axis is insane. Wait till you read my next article about how concussion messes with this connection.” -Jon Chung


Source: Gut Immune Cells Cut Inflammation in Multiple Sclerosis | UC San Francisco