The idea that there’s something in the gut which affects physical and emotional well-being stretches back to the Ancient Greeks and Egyptians, but not until very recently has this idea entered the scientific realm in a serious way. A growing body of research suggests a mind-gut connection that’s stronger and more involved than previously thought.
On today’s episode, Dr. Emeran Mayer, gastroenterologist and professor of physiology at UCLA Microbiome Center, discusses brain-gut interactions, and how the microbiome affects our emotions and physical health.
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