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Bacteria and depression


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Hi!


I was wondering if anyone here knows anything about the relationship of gut bacteria and depression?

Sometimes there are articles around this topic, but I am missing more details and how I can leverage this information to help myself and others with depression?

Which bacteria is helpful? Which one is bad especially if you fight depression?

How can you nourish the "good" bacteria in your gut?

What is the current knowledge about all these?

Does anyone know more? Would you mind sharing?


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