TM thumbnail banner1 Serotonin, the happiness hormone, is made in *this* organ (not your brain)

Once upon a time, we believed that serotonin a.k.a. the happy hormone was produced in the brain. Well, that story is old news now.

Breakthrough studies have revealed that 90% of serotonin is actually produced by your gut bacteria. This has led researchers to look into the power of your gut to help treat anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders.

In fact, a systematic review of 10 human trials published in the Annals of General Psychiatry found that consuming gut bacteria (as probiotics) can help alleviate feelings of depression and anxiety in as little as 20 days! But this groundbreaking science is far from reaching the general public. 

That’s why health researchers Sarah Otto and Matt Potts created the new masterclass called Microbiome—to spread the word about the latest discoveries in this field straight from world-leading experts. 

They will show you how to overcome mental health challenges like depression, anxiety, brain fog, and mood disorders by using proven strategies to heal your gut. This series is so comprehensive that I’m positive it will change so many lives. I hope one of them will be yours.

Go here to discover how deep this gut-brain connection goes (free only for a limited time) For those who know me, the gut microbiome is up on my list of favorite health subjects so I hope to see you there!

Warm regards,
Val

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