Thursday, February 25, 2021

Tag: depression

Poor gut health has been linked to poor immune function. In this article, we investigate the science behind this notion. Let's get started. Did you know your body contains more microbial cells than human cells?  Yep.  Your own body cells are outnumbered around 1:3 by micro-organisms.  The vast majority of these...
Over the last five years, scientists have discovered links between various types of stomach bacteria (also called your gut microbiota or flora) and every mental disorder that we know of, including: depressionanxietyautismParkinson’s diseaseobsessive-compulsive disorder Since this is such a new field of research, most of the studies thus far have...

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