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Gut Brain Connection

The gut-brain connection, known as the gut-brain axis, represents bidirectional communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. This intricate interplay involves neural, hormonal, and immunological signaling, influencing not only digestive processes but also impacting cognitive functions, mood, and overall mental health. Emerging research highlights the importance of a balanced gut microbiota in maintaining this connection, emphasizing the potential role of gut health in neurological disorders and mental well-being.

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Shraddha Vyas

Health and wellness coach, Clinical Nutritionist, Diabetes Educator Assistant professor

Free-lance Nutritionist and Health expert since 2018. Strongly believe in treating patients with customized individual diet plans based on ayurvedic personality analysis, balancing of tridoshas, and choosing of food groups as per age, gender, and metabolic status of patients. Have dealt with patients involving PCOD, Thyroid, Diabetes, Post-operative, Post-radiotherapy, Covid and Post-covid, Menopause and skin disease cases like Eczema and Psoriasis

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  • 14th-December-2023, TIME : 03:00PM - 04:00PM
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The gut-brain connection, known as the gut-brain axis, represents bidirectional communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. This intricate interplay involves neural, hormonal, and immunological signaling, influencing not only digestive processes but also impacting cognitive functions, mood, and overall mental health. Emerging research highlights the importance of a balanced gut microbiota in maintaining this connection, emphasizing the potential role of gut health in neurological disorders and mental well-being.

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Shraddha Vyas
  • 14th-December-2023, TIME : 03:00PM - 04:00PM
  • 0

The gut-brain connection, known as the gut-brain axis, represents bidirectional communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. This intricate interplay involves neural, hormonal, and immunological signaling, influencing not only digestive processes but also impacting cognitive functions, mood, and overall mental health. Emerging research highlights the importance of a balanced gut microbiota in maintaining this connection, emphasizing the potential role of gut health in neurological disorders and mental well-being.