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Food for Thought: The Gut Brain Connection with Dr Caroline Gilmartin – Brain Snack Session

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Food for Thought: The Gut Brain Connection with Dr Caroline Gilmartin – Brain Snack Session

Your brain, intestines and your gut microbes are intimately connected – information flows between them making “gut feelings” and “ butterflies in your stomach” a reality.   But we now know that if something happens to upset this system, all kinds of mayhem can ensue. Find out how the gut brain-axis helps to determine your personality, your mental health and even how hungry you feel.

Dr Caroline Gilmartin is a fermenting specialist with a background in microbiology and genetics.

Join Caroline for this Brain Snack session on the relationship between your gut and your brain – bring a pen and paper because we hope you’ll be learning a few things!

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    Food for Thought: The Gut Brain Connection with Dr Caroline Gilmartin – Brain Snack Session

    Theme: Wellbeing, Festival Hub, Talks and Debates, Brain Food
    Venue: Colston Hall
    On: Saturday 15th June
    Time: 11:30 am - 12:15 pm
    Address: 3rd Floor Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
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    Cost: £5

    Your brain, intestines and your gut microbes are intimately connected – information flows between them making “gut feelings” and “ butterflies in your stomach” a reality.   But we now know that if something happens to upset this system, all kinds of mayhem can ensue. Find out how the gut brain-axis helps to determine your personality, your mental health and even how hungry you feel.

    Dr Caroline Gilmartin is a fermenting specialist with a background in microbiology and genetics.

    Join Caroline for this Brain Snack session on the relationship between your gut and your brain – bring a pen and paper because we hope you’ll be learning a few things!

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