The gut has a mind of its own, the "enteric nervous system". Just like the larger brain in the head, researchers say, this system sends and receives impulses, records experiences and respond to emotions. Its nerve cells are bathed and influenced by the same neurotransmitters. The gut contains 500 million neurons - more than the spinal cord. And more than in the brain of a mouse, rat or even ferret. So, if a rodent can find food, escape danger, learn to spin on cue within 5 minutes, I think it’s reasonable to assume that your gut can help you in ways that appear to have no foundation. And by foundation, I mean numbers. Probability, frequency, orders of mag.....Read More