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    Default Probiotics for Depression?

    Hiyaguha Cohen
    07/10/2018

    Did you ever say that something that bothered you emotionally made you sick to your stomach? Or that you got “butterflies” when nervous? In fact, it’s long been known that intense emotions can give you indigestion, induce nausea, make you vomit, and even bring on chronic gastrointestinal conditions like diverticulosis and colitis.
    The profound effect of emotions on the gut may be due to the fact that the digestive tract, the area from the esophagus to the rectum, is absolutely loaded with nerve cells—over one million—so many, in fact, that scientists have designated a “second brain” in this region and labelled it “the enteric nervous system.”

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    More and more research showing a nexus between gut health and mental health. So if the gut has a "second brain," does that mean the gut has a mind of its own? Lol.

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    When I see a buffet of fluffy, creamy desserts, I sometimes think so! "Feed me, feed me!"
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    Default Re: Probiotics for Depression?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Wizard View Post
    More and more research showing a nexus between gut health and mental health. So if the gut has a "second brain," does that mean the gut has a mind of its own? Lol.
    Gut definitely does, perhaps even brainier smarter

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