UCC scientists reveal how food affects our mood

A new book, ‘The Psychobiotic Revolution’, is being heralded across the world as a game changer in the field of biomedicine.UCC

  • It reveals that our brain health and state of mind are intimately connected to our gut bacteria (microbiome)
  • The discoveries could help change the way we treat conditions such as depression and anxiety
  • The Irish launch of the book will take place on February 6th at University College Cork

More oily fish and fibre-rich vegetables could help improve your mood and avoid conditions such as depression and anxiety, according to a new book setting the world of biomedicine alight.

For the last 14 years Professor John Cryan, Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience at University College Cork (UCC) and Ted Dinan, Professor of Psychiatry at the University, have worked to establish the gut-brain connection at the SFI Research Centre, APC Microbiome Ireland.

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2018-02-07T09:09:26+00:00 February 7th, 2018|Categories: Science|Tags: |