TY - CHAP A1 - Genaro Gabriel Ortiz A2 - Luis H. de A3 - José A. Cruz-Serrano A4 - Erandis D. Torres-Sánchez A5 - Miriam A. Mora-Navarro A6 - Daniela L. C. Delgado- Lara A7 - Irma Gabriela Ortiz-Velázquez A8 - Héctor González-Usigli A9 - Oscar K. Bitzer-Quintero A10 - Mario Mireles Ramírez ED1 - Aise Seda Artis Y1 - 2019-02-06 PY - 2019 T1 - Gut-Brain Axis: Role of Microbiota in Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis N2 - Memory is mainly the outcome of learning. And forgetting is sometimes a blessed physiological event, and sometimes part of a serious pathology. Recent findings suggest that alterations in the gut microbiome may play a pathophysiological role in human brain diseases. It has been a challenge for neuroscientists to understand the basic processes of memory storage in both health and disease conditions. Our ability to store and process what is going on and use the classified information basically relies on memory being a constructive, fallible process. Here you will find a tiny reflection of the accumulated knowledge for scientific practice. In your daily life do not forget to eat to live, live to learn, and remember to value everything just as much as you deserve. BT - Eat, Learn, Remember SP - Ch. 2 UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.79493 DO - 10.5772/intechopen.79493 SN - 978-1-78985-166-3 PB - IntechOpen CY - Rijeka Y2 - 2021-12-07 ER -