Medical advances reliably suggest that our gut can play a big role in influencing how and what we feel.
The ancient Greek ‘father of medicine’ Hippocrates said “all disease begins in the gut” and, over 2000 years later, research is beginning to evidence his hypothesis. We have over 100 trillion microbes in and on our bodies and most of them reside in the gut.
Although we’re often conditioned to think of bacteria as evil germs wreaking havoc on our health, we do in fact, need a balance of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ bacteria in our guts to regulate the immune system. This balance can be the difference between whether we are sick or well, both mentally and physically.
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