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The gut-brain Connection

Published on 4/13/2017
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The Gut-brain Connection


Who hasn't experienced

butterflies in the stomach


a gut wrenching experience?



How do you medically explain this?





Your brain’s health is dictated by

what goes on in your gut.



What’s taking place in your intestines

affects not only your brain’s daily functions,

but also determines your risk

for a number of neurological conditions

in the future.


Your intestinal organisms,

or microbiome,

participate in a wide variety of bodily systems,


immunity, detoxification, inflammation,

neurotransmitter and vitamin production,

nutrient absorption,

whether you feel hungry or full,


how you utilize carbohydrates and fat.



All of these processes factor into

whether you experience

chronic health problems like allergies, asthma,

ADHD, cancer, type 2 diabetes, or dementia.




What you might not know

is that your microbiome

also affects your mood, your libido,

and even your perceptions of the world


the clarity of your thoughts.


Put simply, nearly everything about our health

— how we feel both physically and emotionally —

can hinge on the state of our




In fact,

the connection between gut flora and the brain

is so important that in 2014

the National Institute of Mental Health

spent more than $1 million

on a research program

to study this relationship.


The gut has a bidirectional relationship

with the central nervous system,

referred to as the “gut-brain axis”.


This allows the gut

to send and receive signals

to and from the brain.







What is the human microbiome?


Fast facts on serotonin





is an important chemical neurotransmitter

in the human body.


It is commonly regarded as a chemical that

is responsible for maintaining mood balance.


Serotonin is created

by a biochemical conversion process.


Serotonin is manufactured in the brain

and the intestines.


The majority of the body's serotonin,

between 80-90%,

can be found in the gastrointestinal tract.


Serotonin that is used inside the brain

must be produced within it.


It is thought that serotonin

can affect mood and social behavior,



and sexual desire and function.




The truth is:


"look after your gut

if you want to achieve

peak brain performance"


among other health benefits.




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