One of the most interesting fields of study today is the gut-brain axis, a burgeoning topic with vast implications that we are now, for the first time, starting to appreciate. The gut, or gastrointestinal tract — the long tube that starts at your mouth and ends at your, well, you know — is your largest interface with the environment, spanning the width of two football fields if unrolled and laid flat. It has long been referred to as “the second brain,” and for good reason.

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