Specific gut bacteria linked to depression in premenopause women - gut health, mental health, anxiety, depression

If your gut is loaded up with klebsiella and morganella (specific bacteria) then you are more likely to have depression.

Yes, eating less refined sugars and more plant foods is good for the gut. ✅

Exercise is good for the gut. ✅

Fiber is good for the gut. ✅

But if you want to knock out the bacteria types that are linked to depression issues, you better clean up the gut more aggressively than what diet changes, exercise, sleep, fiber, and probiotics are going to offer.

And your protocol better hit klebsiella and morganella.

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