Participants underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) before and after the intervention, to measure brain response to an emotional faces attention task and resting brain activity.
Results showed that four weeks of FMPP intake affected the activity of brain regions that control central processing of emotion and sensation.
I'm sure much more research on the gut-brain axis is going to be published in the coming months, so keep checking back (or subscribe to Know Guff by email) to stay up-to-date on this exciting field.
Source: Consumption of Fermented Milk Product with Probiotic Modulates Brain Activity
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