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Book Review: The Psychobiotic Revolution: Mood, Food and the New Science of the Gut-Brain Connection

Psychobiotic Revolution Scott C. Anderson John F. Cryan PhD Ted Dinan MD bacteria microbiome brain microbes anxiety ADD ADHD depression obsessive compulsive disorder Marie Francios Xavier Bichat irritable bowel Crohn's Disease

By Scott C. Anderson with John F. Cryan, PhD, and Ted Dinan, MD, PHD Review by Zachary R. Taylor, MA, LPC, NCC The human microbiome is one of the hottest topics in health and nutrition today. While we already know much about how the trillions of bacteria in our gut help us digest our food, recent evidence suggests that they are doing far more than we have thought possible. In The Psychobiotic Revolution, veteran science journalist Scott C. Anderson presents exciting new research indicating that our gut bacteria communicate directly with our brain in ways that appear to alter the ways we think...

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