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Does Parkinson’s disease begin in the gut? New research suggests it does 

They say that "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas." But this is definitely not true of the vagus nerve, which wanders from the stomach to the brain, passing through the heart, esophagus and lungs along the way.

Read the article on Los Angeles Times

Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears
This sounds like the early days of treatment of angina by cutting the vagus nerve.  A far better approach would be to reduce the levels of inflammation coming from an inflamed gut.

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