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More than 1/3 of depression sufferers have “leaky gut”

Our gut has "second brain". It uses 30 neurotransmitters and contains 100 million neurons.

95% of serotonin, also called the “feel good hormone”, is produced in the gut. A big part of our emotions are influenced by the nerves in our gut.

Want to improve your mental health? Improve your gut health! An imbalanced gut microbiome DOES NOT allow absorption and creation of the micronutrients needed to make your “feel good” neurotransmitters and to buffer stress.

All of these reduce our neurotransmitters:

Chronic high stress, chronic work, loud noise, excessive workouts, alcohol, blood sugar spikes, free radicals from heavy metal exposure, lack of sleep and no down time, low B and C vitamins and low minerals such as Zinc, Manganese, Selenium and L-Glutamine.

If you want to see where your neurotransmitters stand you can take an assessment at



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