Tiny Bugs Control Your Mind

September 15, 2011 in Fortean, Ghosts & Monsters, New Age Science, Project Camelot by Webmaster

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Tiny bugs are controlling your mind! | KurzweilAIhttp://www.kurzweilai.net/little-bugs-are-controlling-your-mindBefore you take another probiotic cap, you may want to read this. Yet another study at McMaster University in Canada suggests that gut bacteria might be able to alter your brain…

 

In the new study, McMaster researchers fed mice a broth containing a “benign” bacterium,  Lactobacillus rhamnosus. The scientists chose this partly because, well, they had some around, so why not, and also because related Lactobacillus bacteria are a major ingredient of probiotic supplements and very little is known about their potential side effects.

They found that mice whose diets were supplemented with L. rhamnosus for 6 weeks exhibited fewer signs of stress and anxiety in standard lab tests, as reported online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. For example, the mice spent more time exploring narrow elevated walkways and wide-open spaces, which are scary to rodents.

But how does it work?     more

by Amara D. Angelica

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