Listen to Part I and Part II of this blog below:

(Note: post recording there’s an addition of the brain microbiome and infectome in factors)

Last week, I discussed gut-brain axis. Specifically, I highlighted how human microbiome (the population of microbes in and on humans and their genes) could impact our mood.  This week, on my Healing, Health, and Wellness for the Body, Mind, and Spirit blog, I posted some more research on this connection in relationship to neurological health.  I also discussed that although we may not have enough information yet to specify unique “bug prescriptions” for a “foundational healthy microbiome core,” we do have enough knowledge on how to keep the critters in our body’s in a “happy space.”

I discussed all these ways here.


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