Depression and the Microbiome

Posted by: | March 12, 2019 | Comments

Depression and the Microbiome

New research is regularly being published on the connection between the gut microbiome and the central nervous system (CNS) — together known as the gut-brain axis. Alterations in the composition of intestinal microbiota have also been associated with antibiotic use and the progression of infectious diseases.

This Taconic Insight highlights the link between the microbiome and mental health, specifically the bacterial composition that influences a depressive mental state.

Read more at Taconic Insights.

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