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Role in brain health

Role in brain health

  • The gut microbiome may produce chemicals affecting our brains. 
  • For example, serotonin, a good-feel chemical/neurotransimiter is mostly produced in the gut. 
  • Microbes may help its production. 
  • The gut is connected to the brain through numerous nerves.
  •  The gut microbiome can affect our brain health through these nerves. 
  • Certain psychological diorders are attributed to the gut microbiome. 


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