Bacteria in your stomach are connected to your mood

Scientists keep finding more evidence that bacteria in your stomach are connected to your mood

Although we already know for sometime that the bacterial biome in a human body is sufficiently large to impact our health in a number of ways, how it does it specifically is still a mystery. So far research has been limited to identifying the bacterial colonies in our digestive tracts. Mark Lyte suspects that perhaps our moods and some mental diseases have their roots in these bacterial formations but manipulating them remains esoteric as the science is still in its infancy. So we cannot blame our moods yet for our outrageous behaviours!

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