It’s hard to believe that by altering the bacteria in your gut, you can better handle stress, improve your mood, and even treat your anxiety or depression. But an explosion of research into the fascinating world of the gut-brain connection is showing just that. We now know that you can … Read More
Remember that old adage, “Don’t get mad, get even?” Sounds a bit cathartic, doesn’t it? Who wouldn’t love to get one over on the guy who cut you off in traffic? Or tee off on the solar energy salesman knocking on your door? Or give a verbal whooping to the … Read More
The other day I was poisoned at a restaurant. The waiter served me a rice bowl covered in garlic (to which I'm intolerant) despite assuring me earlier that it would be "fine." One bite in and I knew I was toast. As my stomach … Read More
Things that are happening in our gut directly affect how we think and feel. Similarly, how we think and feel directly affects the health and function of the gut. This is the gut-brain connection.
Also called the gut-brain axis, this bidirectional communication … Read More