Wed, Oct 04 | Ballard

Gut-Brain Connection

Did you know that our human cells are outnumbered by bacteria in our gut? Did you know that serotonin, our natural anti-depressant hormone, is made primarily in the gut? Feeling bloated could be contributing to poor sleep and mood, low libido, and high stress. Refreshments and free samples provided.
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Gut-Brain Connection

Time & Location

Oct 04, 2017, 7:00 PM
Ballard, 8012 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117, USA

About The Event

Did you know that our human cells are outnumbered by bacteria in our gut?

Ever wonder about the physiology behind why we get “hangry?”

Want to learn how to prevent “butterflies” before a big meeting?

Did you know that serotonin, our natural anti-depressant hormone, is made primarily in the gut?

Feeling bloated could be contributing to poor sleep and mood, low libido, and high stress levels. Research shows that anxiety, obesity, reflux, and autism are all correlated with poor digestive function.

Come learn how your health may be affected by the mysterious relationship between your gut and brain!

This is a free talk. Refreshments and samples will be provided.

Registration is Closed

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