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...
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