Gut Brain Connection and Blood Type

The brain has a direct effect on the digestive tract and visa versa. Thinking of food stimulates the release of stomach juices before eating actually begins and a troubled digestive tract can send signals to the brain throwing off brain chemistry to produce symptoms such as anxiety, mood changes, racing thoughts, hyperactivity, or brain fog. The gut (gastrointestinal system) and brain are intimately connected such that the gut is called the second brain. How does your blood type and the chemistry of the red blood cell influence this gut brain connection? Please read more in details here

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Anna Manayan

Anna Manayan