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Gut-brain, Microbiota, Mood

The Psychobiotic Revolution

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to have more focus and energy than you do? Their secret may be psychobiotics (read on). We all have microbes in our intestines, and some are better than others when it comes to keeping us alert and motivated. Don’t despair, you too can have a better gut with a proper diet and the right psychobiotic supplements — like Clarity Prebiotic Blend for example!

Happily, a recent book from National Geographic shows just how you can benefit from psychobiotics. Scott Anderson wrote this enlightening book about the gut-brain connection with Professor John Cryan and psychiatrist Dr. Ted Dinan. They are the groundbreaking researchers who coined the term psychobiotic, meaning a probiotic or prebiotic that can improve mood and cognition. Their story is amazing. The book takes you on a tour of your gut, showing you how microbes can work either with you or against you. It also follows the growth of healthy psychobiotic microbes from a newborn to an old poop. The connection between the gut and the brain is changing the way people approach diet and psychiatry, not to mention overall health. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to be working at the peak of their potential.

The prestigious journal Lancet says, “Overall, this is a great book that encourages you to take charge of your gut to optimize your mind and your mood. This is a book that you would reluctantly lend to friends, in the fear that they might not return it.” If you want to learn more about psychobiotics and the intriguing connection between the gut and the brain, click here. We also have some articles right here that explore psychobiotics in greater detail. Books are cheap and keep your mind limber. Buy The Psychobiotic Revolution right now at Amazon.