What Your Gut Has To Do With Anxiety And Depression

Tyler Lafleur

What Your Gut Has To Do With Your Anxiety And Depression

Most sufferers are still confused as to what role the gut and your digestion play in your overall mental wellbeing. Read on to discover exactly what your gut dysfunction may mean in regard to your mood and happiness.

For as long as I have been practicing Functional Medicine, and with my health coaching clients, I have yet to see a clean result of a stool test for someone complaining of significant depression or anxiety. 

We hear about how taking too many antibiotics as a child or simply changing the probiotics we consume as an adult can have significant roles in our energy levels or daily moods.

But not many people understand how or why this occurs.

Dr. Kelly Brogan wrote a recent article, which you can find HERE, that lays out the nuts and bolts of how our guts affect our mental wellbeing.

If you or someone you know is suffering from Leaky Gut, Autoimmune symptoms, GI dysfunction, or mental or mood disorders, click below to discover how to get to the root cause of your issues and stop masking your symptoms with shotgun approaches to medication.



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