Increase probiotic intake for well-being - Times of India


A new study has revealed that neurochemicals delivered directly to the gut, via probiotic (referred to as good bacteria) promote gastrointestinal health and psychological well-being.

According to researchers from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, through a unifying process of microbial endocrinology, the probiotics could act as a delivery mechanism for neuroactive compounds that improves a host's neurological health.

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