Q&A: Determining the gut microbiome’s impact on psychiatric disorders

Q&A: Determining the gut microbiome’s impact on psychiatric disorders

Recent research has supported the theory of a connection between the gut and brain.Bacteria in the gut can impact mood, postpartum conditions, autism and stress. Patients with psychiatric disorders including depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia compared with those without these conditions have significantly different gut microbiomes.Healio Gastroenterology spoke with Sabine Hazan, MD, creator of ProgenaBiome and founder of Ventura clinical trials, about her recent research in the gut-brain connection and the role the gut microbiome plays in overall heath.Healio: Why is this studyRead More

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