Gut health has been directly linked to your cognitive and mental health. Research has even discovered that the gut microbiome can also contribute to the development of many health chronic diseases, including depression, inflammatory bowel disease, obesity and even cancer. The good news is that you are in full control of your gut health and can quickly make improvements with a pyschobiotic diet.
The foods you eat directly affect your physical, mental and emotional and it’s your gastrointestinal tract (GI) that is responsible for transporting and processing the food you eat into nutrients and energy that help your body maintain overall health and wellness.
Research has also linked your GI tract to a variety of aspects of your physical, mental and emotional health.