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The psychobiotic diet is based on the premise that certain types of bacteria found in the gut can affect our mental health and well-being.The psychobiotic diet is based on the premise that certain types of bacteria found in the gut can affect our mental health and well-being.

The Psychobiotic Diet: What Is It and Should You Try It? - Longevity LIVE

Looking after the multitudes of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms living in our guts could help us think better and even offer new ways of treating mental health conditions.Looking after the multitudes of bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms living in our guts could help us think better and even offer new ways of treating mental health conditions.

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UNITED KINGDOM: In a recent study, it was found that gut microbes have the capability to control the human brain. William Beaumont, an army surgeon who researched the intricacies of human digestion, found that guts are affected by emotions like anger and sadness. Beaumont, now known as the “father of gastric physiology,” got the idea of a “gut-brain […]

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