Brain-Gut Connection

While we humans share more than 99% of our DNA, tremendous diversity exists among us when it comes to our unique gut microbiome which science is increasingly suggesting could be the cornerstone of our health and the “second brain” of our bodies.

A person’s microbiome is the entire collection of microbes living in and on the body. The microbiome forms a living layer over your skin and parts of the inside of your body, including the lungs and the digestive tract, from the mouth all the way down to the colon. When the microbes in your gut are out of balance, your body can’t absorb nutrients the way it should. The result of this is inflammation, the root of almost every chronic disease. 

“As it becomes feasible to analyse the complex operation in the gut and its connection to the brain, a revolution is taking place”
Huffington Post

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Want to learn more about this fascinating area and emerging research on the microbiome that might just be the gateway to individualised health care and a key to empowering individuals to make positive and personalised choices protecting and enhancing their health and well-being?