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The Gut: Our Second Brain

For years, scientists have known about the existence of another brain within our bodies. Our stomach functions totally independently and does far more than just digestion. It reigns over a spectacular colony of one hundred thousand billion bacteria that have a strong impact on our personalities. Some diseases of the brain, like Parkinson’s, could stem from the degeneration of intestinal neurons.
The Gut: Our Second Brain is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from VALIDATED!!! I had been putting off watching The Gut--it's been airing for about a week; yesterday, I decided to watch it. By minute 10, my research into my intestinal distress was validated. When my distress first started, the vagus nerve was mentioned--I did my research, found that the nerve and gut were connected, and informed my doctors. I was referred to a motility doctor; tests remain. Two weeks ago distress turned to SEPSIS, DEHYDRATION, and calling 911 on myself. After thorough regimens of antibiotics, etc. I was released. I was told that no specific cause was found; no infection in any organ and there certainly was not now. I am a 65-year-old white female college professor---and I tell you all this to say...after a day home, I was HAPPY! Really happy! And I am informing all of the doctors of this program. WONDRIUM shows just may save your life!!
Date published: 2022-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great information! The best decisions in my life have always come from my gut; my brain is guilty of overthinking and has resulted in more bad decisions. I could never really understand why this was until I watched this informative piece and learned about the connection between both brain and gut through the vagus nerve. I learned so much about the importance of bacteria, and overall I was really informed. Hope to see more of this content from Wondrium in the future!
Date published: 2022-09-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting and Informative The connection between the gut and our brain is fascinating. The information presented in this program is somewhat different from others I have seen. If you are interested in how your body works, why we need to practice good gut health and where we stand with research, this is a good video. I have also watched Gut Health with Dr. Mary Pardee and found it to be another bright spot.
Date published: 2022-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent As a health care professional I was not aware of this information. I found it most interesting and informative. I would like to hear more about this. Great information for my personal life and health also.
Date published: 2021-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Turn it into a course. Excellent and fascinating. I would like to see the topic receive more coverage and expanded into an entire course. Perhaps a six lecture course.
Date published: 2021-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Microbiome and its Role in physical Body I enjoyed every second of this video. It's global perspective relative to the microbiome has pushed me to investigate this internal world. Its possible role in treating Parkinsons disease, autism, and other disorders is fascinating.
Date published: 2021-06-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Mmm It’s difficult to rate this program because scientifically speaking I liked it but I think is disturbing the way people appear without clothes.
Date published: 2021-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Informative Found this program to be very interesting and informative. Info I was not aware of and was not difficult to understand for a non science type. It will create some change for me in the way i look at things in the future.
Date published: 2021-06-10
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Overview

For years, scientists have known about the existence of another brain within our bodies. Our stomach functions totally independently and does far more than just digestion. It reigns over a spectacular colony of one hundred thousand billion bacteria that have a strong impact on our personalities. Some diseases of the brain, like Parkinson’s, could stem from the degeneration of intestinal neurons.

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The Gut: Our Second Brain

01: The Gut: Our Second Brain

For years, scientists have known about the existence of another brain within our bodies. Our stomach functions totally independently and does far more than just digestion. It reigns over a spectacular colony of one hundred thousand billion bacteria that have a strong impact on our personalities. Some diseases of the brain, like Parkinson’s, could stem from the degeneration of intestinal neurons.

55 min