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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.
www.ucsf.edu/news/2014/08/.../do-gut-bacteria-rule-our-mindsAug 15, 2014 ... It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us ... 100 million
nerve cells from the digestive tract to the base of the brain.
www.kurzweilai.net/do-gut-bacteria-control-your-mindAug 20, 2014 ... The relationship between gut bacteria and unhealthy eating (credit: UC San ...
from the digestive tract to the base of the brain, changing taste receptors, ... (
Bacteria that digest seaweed are found in humans in Japan, where ...
www.npr.org/.../gut-bacteria-might-guide-the-workings-of-our-mindsNov 18, 2013 ... Anxious mice calm down when they get an infusion of gut microbes from mellow
mice. ... Mayer thinks the bacteria in our digestive systems may help mold brain
structure ... behaviors similar to some of the symptoms of autism in humans. ...
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time.com/3131789/gut-bacteria-eating-habits-mind-control/Aug 17, 2014 ... Bacteria within the gut are manipulative,” researchers say. ... the vagus nerve,
says the study, which connects the brain to the stomach. ... bad, and releasing
chemical rewards to make us feel good,” says senior author Athena ...
www.scientificamerican.com/.../how-gut-bacteria-help-make-us-fat-and-thin/Jun 1, 2014 ... Intestinal bacteria may help determine whether we are lean or ... Keeping our gut
microbes happy could be the elusive secret to weight control.
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.
... and I think the processes are translatable [to humans]," says Foster.
www.zmescience.com/.../gut-bacteria-influence-what-you-eat-543543/Sep 24, 2014 ... Gut bacteria may control your mind by influencing your dietary choices ... But
while bacteria help us digest food and ward off threatening microbes, ... 100
million nerve cells from the digestive tract to the base of the brain.
www.emaxhealth.com/1020/are-you-being-controlled-bacteriaAug 19, 2014 ... Is bacteria responsible for controlling our mind? New research ... Not all gut
bacteria are good to us. Researchers ... just two weeks. The Zero Belly Diet
claims to switch off your fat genes through specific combinations of foods.
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 ...