Enrique Rivero, ‘Research suggests association between gut bacteria and emotion’, https://www.uclahealth.org/research-suggests-association-between-gut-bacteria-and-emotion, UCLA Health (06/29/2017)
Researchers have identified gut microbiota that interact with brain regions associated with mood and behavior. (…) Results support the concept of brain-gut-microbiota interactions in healthy humans.
Brain structure and response to emotional stimuli as related to gut microbial profiles in healthy women.
Tillisch, Kirsten (MD); Mayer, Emeran (MD, PhD); Gupta, Arpana (PhD); Gill, Zafar (BSc); Brazeilles, Rémi (PhD); Le Nevé, Boris (PhD); van Hylckama Vlieg, Johan E.T. (PhD); Guyonnet, Denis (PhD); Derrien, Muriel (PhD); Labus, Jennifer S. (PhD)
Psychosomatic Medicine: Post Author Corrections: June 28, 2017