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www.kurzweilai.net/do-gut-bacteria-control-your-mindAug 20, 2014 ... The relationship between gut bacteria and unhealthy eating (credit: UC San ...
How your gut microbiome may control you ... Some strains of bacteria cause
stomach cancer and perhaps other cancers. ... (Bacteria that digest seaweed are
found in humans in Japan, where seaweed is popular in the diet.) ...
www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/08/140815192240.htmAug 15, 2014 ... It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us -- which ... 100
million nerve cells from the digestive tract to the base of the brain. ... who said
some of the bacteria that normally live within us cause stomach cancer and
perhaps other cancers. ..... All rights controlled by their respective owners.
www.medicaldaily.com/gut-bacteria-control-our-minds-get-food-they-want- how-countering-can-fight-obesity-298394Aug 17, 2014 ... When it comes to what bacteria are capable of, mind control is ... together to
protect our digestive tracts, from the stomach to the colon ... They also help us to
digest food, maintain a healthy weight, and regulate blood pressure.
time.com/3131789/gut-bacteria-eating-habits-mind-control/Aug 17, 2014 ... Bacteria within the gut are manipulative,” researchers say. ... through the vagus
nerve, says the study, which connects the brain to the stomach.
motherboard.vice.com/blog/gut-bacteria-controls-your-brainAug 18, 2014 ... Your gut is a battleground for microbiota manipulating your brain into eating ...
that these microbes can manipulate your brain into eating unhealthy ... bad, and
releasing chemical rewards to make us feel good," said senior ... may be
responsible for some stomach cancers, and possibly other types of cancer.
www.theguardian.com/science/.../microbes-manipulate-your-mindAug 19, 2012 ... Mo Costandi: Bacteria in your gut may be influencing your thoughts and ...
creatures bursting from stomachs or a malevolent force controlling your actions.
... is out now in the July/ August issue of Scientific American MIND.
www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/...gut-bacteria...to.../378702/Aug 19, 2014 ... A new study suggests the microbes in humans' intestines may ... the vagus nerve
(which connects the stomach to the brain) to control their ...
www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-neuroscience-of-gut/Apr 19, 2011 ... Strange but true: the brain is shaped by bacteria in the digestive ... How, then, do
these single-celled intestinal denizens exert their ... Or perhaps a better way of
phrasing it- how much of epigenetics is controlled by bacteria?
www.reddit.com/.../the_bacteria_in_our_gut_manipulate_our_minds_by/Sep 24, 2014 ... Would a flat out refusal to listen to our bodies telling us to eat ... In the case of gut
bacteria, that means trying to make the host eat ..... with yeast infections on my
toenails, belly button, other creases, etc. .... It makes me wonder how much is
controlled by the brain and hedonic eating compared to the bacteria.
healthimpactnews.com/.../study-your-gut-bacteria-affects-your-brain- function/Jun 23, 2013 ... In contrast, the control group showed greater connectivity of the periaqueductal ...
Besides research implicating gut bacteria in mental health and ... in humans is
associated with compositional changes in intestinal microbiota.