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The gut-brain axis communication and its relationship with the neurological disorders

“We are what we eat”. These well-known words, widely used by nutritionists, date back to Ludwig Feuerbach, a German philosopher of XIX century that focused on the needs of the human body to be properly fed, in contrast with the dominant way of thinking of his age that gave priority to feed the souls. May […]

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Gut microbes induce serotonin production

We know, thanks to years of investigation, that our intestine is populated by 1-2 kilograms of microorganisms, almost the equivalent of an average human brain. We also know that this living and transforming universe is critical for digestion of food, regulation of immune system, response to drugs and susceptibility to disease. Recently, amazing data indicate […]

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