Gut check
Your gastrointestinal tract is a favorite topic of Dr Oz. The gut is our second brain and where 95% of serotonin is stored, for well being in the brain and as shield and sword in the gut. The bowel going wrong is causing mental stress. All the cleansing ways include lemon, probiotics, garlic, fiber, water, colorful whole foods, warm foods and just a healthy mind-body overall. Can you pacify your stomach with your mind, by resting and with happy thoughts? Once, my coworker was food poisoned and so I told him to place hot water bottle on top of his stomach and to lie down to calm it.

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The microbiome as a novel paradigm in studying stress and mental …

Oct 1, 2018 – Whereas a healthy enteric microbiota is generally characterized by a … of the microbiotagut-brain axis to stress-related psychiatric illness has …

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Jump to Stressors and the Gut Microbiota – The effects of psychological stress on the human gut …… certain nutrients, can stress a healthy gut microbiota.

How fiber and gut bacteria reverse stress damage – Medical News Today

Aug 2, 2018 – A new study hints that a high-fiber diet might go some way to achieving this. A new study looks deeper at links between gut bacteria and stress. … Most recently, it has become apparent that there is a significant relationship between gut bacteria and mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.

Chronic Stress Discombobulates Gut Microbiome Communities …

Stress & the gut-brain axis: Regulation by the microbiome …

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The Gut Brain Connection: How Gut Health Affects Mental Health

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