“Gut Instincts” Shown To Be Real

“Gut Instincts” Shown To Be Real
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Research conducted at McMaster University discovered a direct link between bacteria in the gut and the brain.

Michael Brooks
  • 29 march 2011

We actually do know it in our guts. The Integral Options blog draws our attention to a recent article in Medical News Today outlining new perspectives on gut perception. Research conducted at McMaster University discovered a direct link between bacteria in the gut and the brain. This “cross talk” as the researchers refer to it, has serious health implications. In addition to more intuitive sounding health areas such as obesity and diabetes, the researchers found a correlation between the “cross talk” and psychiatric illnesses.

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