Did you know that when obese people or those with type 2 diabetes have too much bacteria in their gut it can lead to depression and anxiety? The good news is that those symptoms get much better when the sufferer is given a proper antibiotic. This is not entirely shocking news, however. Endocrinologists remark that people often claim that they feel like a new person when they change up their diet. The Harvard research concurs that there are differences between the behavior of people with bacteria in the gut versus those without bacteria
- Bacteria in the gut of diabetics and obese people can cause anxiety and depression.
- The food you eat has a profound effect on how you feel.
- Your depression and anxiety might actually be reversible if you change your diet.
“In a previous research, the team showed that at least part of this development is driven by changing bacteria in the gut microbiome. The condition was reversed in mice who were given antibiotics in their drinking water, which altered the microbiome.”
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