Many people don’t think about it but brain health and gut health have a very direct relationship. This is becoming more and more undisputed within the scientific community as more research continues to be done. This is partially because a persons gut microbiome plays a role in regulating serotonin production in the blood and intestines. Serotonin is a brain neurotransmitter and can effect our moods. Research is also showing that we can take probiotic and prebiotic supplements and foods to help ease symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression.
- Prebiotics is an important nutrient in one’s mental and physical health.
- The gastrointestinal tract is an important thing to maintain, through good food intake, to have a healthy mental and physical state.
- New prebiotics are coming to simulate bacterial growth while addressing current issues like tolerability rates.
“The pivotal role of gut health in relation to overall health is undisputed in the scientific community.”