Mediterranean Diet Adherence in People with Parkinson's Disease Reduces Constipation Symptoms and Changes Fecal Microbiota After a 5-Week Single-Arm Pilot Study. Rusch C, Beke M, Tucciarone L, Nieves C Jr, Ukhanova M, Tagliamonte MS, Mai V, Suh JH, Wang Y, Chiu S, Patel B, Ramirez-Zamora A and Langkamp-Henken B (2021) Mediterranean Diet Adherence in People With Parkinson's Disease Reduces Constipation Symptoms and Changes Fecal Microbiota After a 5-Week Single-Arm Pilot Study. Front. Neurol. 12:794640. doi: 10.3389/fneur.2021.794640
Common symptoms of PD include gastrointestinal dysfunction. A preliminary study demonstrated that short-term adherence to a Mediterranean diet is feasible and may be effective in improving constipation symptoms and modulating microbiota in people with PD. CLICK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE
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