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9. Depression Anatomy 101 If you think you have more than three of the symptoms above, get tested for malabsorption or increased
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We all know about the brain that lives in our head, but we might not know about the brain that lives in our stomach. Vicky Vlachonis, Osteopath and author of "The Body Doesn't Lie," breaks down what all that rumbling in your tummy is about.
Bacteria in your gut tell your brain when you've had enough to eat.
We all have awareness and a sense of what we want in life. We already know what feels right and is the right direction for each of us toward our own happiness. So listen to your soul's GPS and seize upon your moment!
We still have much to learn. A clear determination of which microbiome profiles are consistently associated with depression and the best psychobiotic intervention has not yet been achieved. But that day is not far off.
So, you may ask -- what's the point of having a Good Fairy if she doesn't tell you what to do, or take responsibility for
I'm not suggesting that to be wiser, you should stop listening to your brain's wisdom. Instead, I suggest you broaden your attention beyond your brain to the rest of your body.
I should have trusted my gut. But after years of being told that because I didn't have kids, I couldn't understand, I couldn't know, I couldn't have an opinion, I didn't trust my gut about kids.
"You're Hungry... Very, Very Hungry" Surprisingly, gut bacteria may also control appetite, nudging you toward the oozy, creamy