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Does Your Stomach Really Do All That?

0 2 years ago

Scientists are exploring the connections between the gut microbiome and other major body systems such as the lungs, immune system and skin.

Hearing about the gut-brain axis—the bidirectional health pathway that sends signals between the central nervous system (CNS) and enteric nervous system (ENS)—is becoming increasingly common. Now, as more people begin listening to their gut, it makes sense that scientists are exploring a slew of gut axes that highlight the connections or pathways between the microbiome of the gut and other major body systems such as the lungs, immune system and skin.

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