- 2-aminoethanesulfonic acid
Fish, Meat, Breast milk, Raw diets, Energy drinks
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Anti-oxidant, Anti-atherosclerosis, Neurodevelopment
- Lower levels of another weak GABAA agonist (and a potent glycine receptor agonist), namely taurine, are found in a subset of individuals with ASD (1)
- Prior gut infection increases the microbiota’s resistance to subsequent infection.
- Sulfide sequestration unleashes endogenous respirers in the gut microbiota.
- After infection by K. pneumoniae, the level of the molecule taurine rises in the gut.
- Taurine is produced from the metabolism of bile acids.
. After infection, resident bacteria that can use taurine become more common in the gut.
- Diet rich in high saturated fats promotes chronic inflammation.
- One explanation is that the amino acid taurine, present in saturated fats, linked to bile acids, seems to increase substrate availability for sulfur-reducing bacteria like Bilophila Wadsworthia, highly prevalent in the dysbiotic microbiota of IBD patients.
- [1.1] Metformin Reduces Aging-Related Leaky Gut and Improves Cognitive Function by Beneficially Modulating Gut Microbiome/Goblet Cell/Mucin Axis  [Research]  [The Journals of Gerontology] [Journal]
- [1.2] Infection trains the host for microbiota-enhanced resistance to pathogens  [Research]  [Cell] [Journal]
- [1.3] Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Is There a Role for Nutritional Suggestions?  [Review]  [Nutrients] [Journal]