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How Microbiome Affects Happiness: A Gut Feeling | Dr. Will Bulsiewicz Live Q&A



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Having a healthy gut microbiome could lead to better mental health and happiness. Research shows that certain foods tend to produce intestinal bacteria that are linked to depression. Others seem to protect against it.

The intersection of gut and mental health is explored when Dr. Will Bulsiewicz joins "The Weight Loss Champion" Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room LIVE.

Topics Covered
- Foods that make you happy
- Foods that could make you depressed
- High-fiber diets help fight depression
- Gut bacteria found in people with depression
- And more!

Have a gut health question? Post it in the comments or chat and we’ll answer as many as possible during the live broadcast.

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Dr. Will Bulsiewicz
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Chuck Carroll
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