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‘People with autism, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis have different types of bacteria in their gut mucus compared with other people, and different amounts of both good and bad bacteria.’

When you think ‘brain food’, you probably think oily fish, antioxidant-rich berries and even dark chocolate. And you’re not wrong. Research has linked

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