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Oct 20 2013

The Brain and Bacteria

How gut bacteria can have modifying effects on the brain   The gut has been called the second brain for good reason since a branch of the autonomic nervous system is found in the GI tract.  This branch called the ENS, can communicate and function independently of the brain. The ENS or, enteric nervous system […]

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Sep 22 2013

Why the Gut is called the Second Brain

Positive diagnostic signs of a dysfunctional gut/brain axis   I have seen thousands of patients around the country struggle with chronic conditions such as diabetes, leptin/weight loss resistance, metabolic syndrome, depression and autoimmune conditions. Patients who were given very little hope and told to take a drug or just “live with it”. When they came […]

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Aug 28 2013

Beneficial Effects of Probiotics on Brain Function

Newsflash: There is mounting evidence of the beneficial effects of Probiotics (friendly bacteria) on brain function   The profound benefits of Probiotics on gut health has long been known, but over the course of the past year we are seeing an increased number of studies coming out which are looking into the effects that intestinal […]

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Aug 25 2013

Healthy Gut Bacteria linked to Autisim

Published by under Autistic Children

New Study Published by online Journal PLoS One tying bacterial Imbalance to Autism in Children PLoS One, has specifically identified imbalanced and deficient gut flora  as a major symptom, and potentially even a primary cause, of autism in many of  the children diagnosed with the condition. The study involved 20 neurotypical and 20 autistic children […]

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