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The connection and communication between 
your gut and your brain (the gut/brain axis).
80 million Americans suffer from poor digestion, leading to other health issues, located in the gut or along the gut brain axis.
60-80% of the immune system is located in the gut, meaning a healthy gut will affect your body than anything else.
1 in 5 Americans suffer from mental illness, whether temporary or ongoing. There are numerous studies that confirm your diet has an extreme effect on your mood.
40 trillion organisms make up your microbiome which aid digestion, but also regulate your entire body, especially along the gut brain axis.

Gut Brain Axis Has A Huge Impact

The Gut/Brain Axis has an affect on depression, anxiety, autism, obesity, type 2 diabetes, crohn's diseas, rheumatoid arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, and so much more. An imbalance in either of these two areas of the body dictate how well they can work together and, essential, do their job as internal organs. And issue in one area can trigger further issues in the other.

How Does Your Gut Health Affect Your Brain?

Many scientists and physicians have actually begun to refer to the gut as our second brain.

Your gut is a chemical factory that produces vitamins, digest your food, regulates hormones, excretes toxins, produces healing compounds, and keeps your body healthy. 400 times the amount of messages in your body come from your microbiome compared to your brain to your body.

The microbiome and the brain are really part of one whole brain, connecting what's going on in our body with what's going on in our head.
70% of your serotonin is made in your gut. What's going on in your gut it going to affect your mood -- anxiety, depression, and focus.

-Dr. Frank Lipman-