In the first Gut-Brain article in the series, we established there is a gut-brain axis (GBA) and the pathways through which the gut and brain are connected. In this article, we will cover: • Sources of inflammation • How inflammation hurts both your gut and your brain • Cognitive and emotional imbalances resulting from gut dysbiosis
What is the Gut-Brain Connection? Everyone knows we have a brain in our skull, which is part of the central nervous system. What is increasingly well known is that we have a second brain in our gut! Fascinatingly, this “belly brain” houses the same types of...
Feed your brain this summer with a recipe from our Brain Geek Meets Food Geek series: Brain food spotlight: Asian Twist Avocado and Cucumber Salad Being a brain geek and a foodie is a win-win. You get delicious food with brain benefits! The combination of avocados and...
Do you know the signs of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury? “I was on the top of the pyramid one minute and the next, I was on the gym floor with people standing around me asking if I was ok. My Mom took me to the Emergency...
Part 1: “Your boss wants to see you now!” “Your appointment is downtown in 15 minutes and 395 is backed up.” “Seventy percent of your grade is based on the test tomorrow.” “We’d like you to give a talk to the group.” “And oh, by the...
My Dad was a Purple Heart decorated army combat veteran of WWII. He never spoke of the war or his friend he kept in touch with who was the only other survivor of his company. The only evidence of his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was whenever any of us in the household ...
A single mother brought her bright, music-loving eight-year-old son, Brian, to my office because the behaviors stemming from his ADHD had become intolerable. He was confrontational and aggressive. He had been threatened with suspension from school for his anger and for hitting other students, but he continued.

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