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I sat up and started paying attention to the subject of gut health about a year or so ago when I went trying to understand my ongoing insomnia and foggy brain. Like unwelcome houseguests, they'd been visiting me with increasing regularity and I'd begun to just accept these as normal byproducts of stress-peppered modern life.
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I consider all types relevant to your personality. So for example, for you, I'd hazard a guess that your primary > secondary > tertiary tritypes would be...
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Your gut bacteria are crucial to your overall health and can affect both your body and brain.
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The bugs in your gut have more to do with your mood than your brain does. This is because of the phenomenon known as the gut-brain axis The microorganisms in your gut directly impact the messages being sent to your brain. Just as your mood influences and causes changes to your gut bacteria, your gut bacteria also influence your mood. For example, serotonin and dopamine, both neurotransmitters which play an important role in your moods, are produced more in your gut than in your brain.
#Probiotics #Prebiotics #Phytobiotics are an essential part of a balanced diet and give us the nutrition we need to balance our gut. #guthealth #gutbrainaxis #mentalwellness #nutrition
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Our parasympathetic nervous system oversees the body's resting functions like digestion, immunity, and mood. It's mainly composed of the vagus nerve, the longest cranial nerve, running from the brainstem, branching through the body, and rooted to our gut and major organs.The bi-directional communication that happens between our gut microbiome and our brain flows through the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is being studied for its role in regulating hormones, the release of oxytocin, anxiety…
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When it comes to supporting your mental health, one of the best things you can do is support your gut health. Thanks to the gut-brain axis, these two systems are more connected than you might think. Fiber (so plants all the way!), fermented foods, anti-inflammatory foods and last but not least, foods rich in tryptophan or serotonin can all support your gut and/or brain. How many of these foods have you eaten in the last 7 days?
The Gut-Brain Axis is a fascinating new area of study. Find out what it is, how it works and why probiotics might play a part in maintaining mental health.
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