By Rob Hobson, Head of Nutrition at Healthspan.
Research into the role of gut bacteria and its associations with health has come a long way from the first commercial probiotic product in 1935 through to the concept of psychobiotics and the potential for these complex microbes to boost mood, treat depression and ease anxiety through the gut-brain axis. Bacterial mapping has even opened up the possibility of administering probiotics to match individuals own personal microbiota. What we do know is that maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria
in the gut can help to promote good digestion, ward of colds and coughs as well as help those with IBS and other digestive complaints...
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