New research is emerging on the importance of the gut microbiota and its link to many physical and neurological disorders.
Skin conditions, leaky gut, chronic inflammation, food sensitivities, fatigue, insomnia, depression, anxiety and to the extreme, increased chances of heart disease and cancer have been linked to a bad gut biome.
Research has linked the vagus nerve as the bidirectional communication highway between our gut and our brains. They have linked disorders in each area where the opposite end is suffering. These bi-directional communications regulate neural, hormonal and immunological levels.