This edition focuses on the gut-brain-axis, the bi-directional communication between your gut and your brain, taking place twenty-four hours a day. We are beginning to recognize how disturbances in the gut microbiome can influence brain functioning. Recent studies have implicated altered gut-brain microbiota interactions in major public health challenges such as depression, and propose probiotic supplementation as promising supportive therapy. In this edition we present some recent scientific studies on this topic as well as the highlights of the Mind, Mood and Microbes conference and Winclove’s own experience with marketing probiotics for mental health.
More topics in this magazine:
New Winclove Top Talent Projects started
Probiota Conference 2019 Highlights
The information in this magazine is intended for business and research professionals only, not for consumers. The mentioned formulations are concepts, not comercially available and not intended to cure or prevent any diseases.
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