Consumption of Probiotics may Prevent Depressive Disorder
Research conducted at Department of Clinical Medicine Aarhus University suggests that probiotics can have positive effect on the brain providing protection against depression.
The study was published in the journal Brain, Behavior, and Immunity on December 22, 2017. Mice were used as animal model to carry out this study. They were supplemented with extra fatty and fiber less compound feed and mix of micro-organisms in the form of lactic acid bacteria. Models that survived on the fatty diet developed depression disorder and others who received the probiotics-enriched drinking water were neutral.
Probiotics offset the consequences of the unhealthy diet. “This may indicate that one of the things the probiotics do is work to reprogram the immune system. Specifically in this study, the rats offset the consequences of the fatty diet with the help of probiotics, so that they were on a par with their peers in the control group. That makes the result interesting for the treatment of depression,” said Anders Abildgaard, researcher of the study.
However, it is difficult to predict if probiotics will give same results in human with depression, since animal model and humans have different functions. Author of the study suggest that some of the people suffering from depression may get benefited from probiotics. According to Nutraceutical Ingredients Market report published by Coherent Market Insights, probiotics are important nutraceutical ingredients that aid in adding nutritive benefits for maintaining healthy balance. Chemical imbalances in the brain plays an important role in depression. Conventional distinction between psychiatric and somatic illness is not clear yet and detailed mapping of mechanisms is required to understand which patients could benefit from probiotics for designing of future clinical studies.
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