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What happens when Kathie Madonna Swift, a nutritionist par excellence and a leader of holistic treatments comes together with Joseph Hooper, an author on medicinal bestsellers? It is another book on the immensely useful information on how to reduce the gap between food and medicine. The highly popular book titled, THE SWIFT DIET: 4 Weeks to Mend the Belly, Lose the Weight and Get Rid of the Bloat is going to be available in paperback now.
Kathie describes the exciting world of microbiota that has an entire chapter dedicated to it. She goes on to narrate how her clients have managed to change their diet and lifestyle in order to get a control on their weight and better their digestion. Imagine their pleasure when they found that the healthy microbiota provided a boost to their mood and kept them energized as well.
The influence of gut bacteria on brain have been proved time and again. Here are some noteworthy facts. Do check!
Dopamine and serotonin are neurochemicals that are produced by stimulation of the gut bacteria or microbiota. The neurochemicals in the gut influence the brain via the connecting Vagus nerve thereafter. There have been umpteen studies establishing the relation between depression and digestive issues. Consuming probiotic yogurt actually changes the way the brain lights up in a woman. This theory was proved by means of a MRI study by Kristin Tillisch, an UCLA researcher.
Gut bacteria also has the capability of regulating hunger. A number of research possibilities have now opened up that links the friendly bacteria to food cravings. An University of California research study reveals that the microbiota have the means, motive and opportunity to influence how we eat!
Increase in stress inhibits the friendly bacteria in the gut resulting in weight gain and digestive problems.
The gut bacteria when less in number and variety can increase gluten sensitivity too by causing systemic inflammation within the brain. This results in brain fog, fatigue, anxiety, and depression.
You are welcome to watch the video below for a summary of, Inside Tract: Your Good Gut Guide to Great Digestive Health, co-authored by Kathie Swift.
Do go through the infographic for details on gut bacteria.
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