Your Gut Microbes Are Controlling Your Mind, Here’s What You’ll Do For Them

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Microbes in your body can control how you feel and what you want to eat, here’s how.

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“If you had to guess the organ that has undue influence on your emotions, your mood, even your choices, what would you guess? The brain? Sure, but what else? The heart—that mythological seat of the soul? Not quite.”

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“Your body is a microbial melting pot, home to trillions of bacteria that help keep you healthy and regular. And for decades, scientists have shown their importance with this alluring factoid: The microbes in your body outnumber your own cells ten to one.”

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“Humans’ gastrointestinal tracts are home to 10,000 species of bacteria, which get energy from our half-digested lunches. (Another estimate puts the number of species as high as 36,000.) In exchange, they help us break down food and keep harmful bacteria out, and have also been shown to help regulate fat storage and provide vitamins.”


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  • konniy
    Posted at 17:34h, 23 December

    i knew it, physical contact with some peeps might make you one of em and vice versa, just dn't have the science to prove it. haha

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    Posted at 02:53h, 30 December

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    Posted at 02:17h, 01 January

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  • News Travels Fast
    Posted at 20:22h, 04 January

    Researchers will study the gut health of people with Alzheimer's to see if diet can play a role in managing the behavioural and psychological symptoms of the disease.

  • Monisha Sherpa Khatri Chhetri
    Posted at 20:06h, 22 February

    I watch this every time I am hungry…. the result: hunger flees away.

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    Posted at 01:36h, 10 March

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  • Ulises Maldonado
    Posted at 02:26h, 03 April

    Amazing video. Hopefully we get to see more on this subject in the future!

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    Posted at 08:12h, 15 May

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  • Kathleen Kavanagh
    Posted at 23:48h, 02 July

    We want to learn more! Fascinating! Great info great presentation!

  • Richard Deese
    Posted at 14:08h, 24 August

    Thanks! This is not really that surprising. We have more microbes (by weight) in us & on us, then there actually is of us! That's right – you're made up of more 'germs' than human tissue. So it's not really a stretch to think that these bugs send signals to us, as well as to each other. Our bodies need to be able to respond in some non-harmful way to our microbiome, so that we can live as one (generally) harmonious unit. But… consider the following bugs**t statistic: upwards of 40 million people – in the U.S. alone – are infected with something called toxoplasma gondii. Only a smaller percentage of us exhibit symptoms – called toxoplasmosis. But this single-celled parasite is known to send chemical signals that can actually control some animals' behavior; causing them to engage in highly dangerous situations – even fatal ones – all to benefit the spread of itself from one animal to another. A sobering thought. Anyway, thanks again for the video. 𝓡𝓲𝓴𝓴𝓲 𝓣𝓲𝓴𝓴𝓲.

  • GrummanPilot99
    Posted at 05:12h, 31 August

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    Posted at 20:17h, 19 September

    Your not you when you're hungry here have a snickers bar

  • Joey Bolohan
    Posted at 03:26h, 27 September

    I want to know more about this subject

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    Posted at 20:49h, 28 September

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  • Wik Wik
    Posted at 11:05h, 03 October

    Now my bacteria telling me to eat 🤣👍

  • Richard Coronado
    Posted at 01:31h, 04 October


  • abrogard
    Posted at 08:52h, 14 October

    I'd suggest this is sometimes good – the body maybe really knows what it needs sometimes when you're ill maybe…

  • Wayne Campbell
    Posted at 19:01h, 09 December

    Think you for this video. This is 100% true

  • Carlos Callao
    Posted at 12:42h, 25 December

    I'm hypnotized by her 😍😍😍😍
    Btw very informative about Bacteria

  • Blriop dilrtsx
    Posted at 19:55h, 01 January

    Ugh but what's hijacking my microbes near my kidneys !? Mind control !!! Don't think so…

  • ThebirdmanTrainer
    Posted at 07:46h, 18 March

    Obey your Master…..Master

  • Miss Sincere
    Posted at 04:22h, 12 April

    So how do I kill these son’s of bitches..?

  • Yellowmelon
    Posted at 11:53h, 06 May

    Delete this I have to do school work on it

  • David Dreger
    Posted at 22:27h, 10 May


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    Posted at 19:00h, 01 July
  • allyiah simon
    Posted at 04:41h, 03 August

    why does this not have more views

  • Miguel B
    Posted at 20:34h, 02 February


  • Kayla
    Posted at 04:00h, 06 April

    Can I take a bunch of bacteria pills that love fiber and protein and vitamins and minerals, please?

  • kaho Leung
    Posted at 05:47h, 09 May

    Hi, wanna know more of it, please elaborate more