Microbiota Gut-Brain Axis (MGBA)

The CNP Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis (MGBA) & Mental Health Research Category consolidates research exploring the interconnected relationship between dietary intake, the microbiome, and the gut-brain axis. To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP-written abstract summary, click “CNP Summary.” While only some of the CNP-written abstract summaries are available below for free, all abstract summaries are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership.

2021

Anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects of probiotics in gut inflammation: A door to the body

2021

Relationship between sleep disorders and gut dysbiosis: What affects what?

2022

Sociability in a non-captive macaque population is associated with beneficial gut bacteria

New

2022

Feed your microbes to deal with stress: A psychobiotic diet impacts microbial stability and perceived stress in a healthy adult population

Original

2022

The impact of almonds and almond processing on gastrointestinal physiology, luminal microbiology and gastrointestinal symptoms: A randomized controlled trial and mastication study

2015

Dietary magnesium deficiency alters gut microbiota and leads to depressive-like behaviour

2022

Gut microbes and food reward: From the gut to the brain

2021

Effects of microbiota imbalance in anxiety and eating disorders: Probiotics as novel therapeutic approaches

2022

Rethinking healthy eating in light of the gut microbiome

2022

The effects of stress and diet on the "Brain-Gut" and "Gut-Brain" pathways in animal models of stress and depression

New

2022

A systematic review of gut microbiota composition in observational studies of major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia

Original
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2022

The gut microbiome influences host diet selection behavior

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New

2022

Nutraceuticals and physical activity as antidepressants: The central role of the gut microbiota

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2018

A gut feeling: Microbiome-brain-immune interactions modulate social and affective behaviors

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2020

Gut microbiome composition and diversity are related to human personality traits

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New

2022

Microbiota-targeted interventions for mental health

Original
New

2022

Trait energy and fatigue may be connected to gut bacteria among young physically active adults: An exploratory study

Original

2022

A systematic review of gut microbiota composition in observational studies of major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia

Original

2019

Similarly in depression, nuances of gut microbiota: Evidences from a shotgun metagenomics sequencing study on major depressive disorder versus bipolar disorder with current major depressive episode patients

Original

2021

The role of the gut microbiota in the development and progression of major depressive and bipolar disorder

Original

2020

The HPA axis dysregulation in severe mental illness: Can we shift the blame to gut microbiota?

Original

2022

Association of the gut microbiota with cognitive function in midlife

Original

2021

Gut microbiota in depression: A focus on ketamine

Original

2018

The gut microbiome and mental health: Implications for anxiety- and trauma-related disorders

Original

2021

Gut-microbiota-targeted diets modulate human immune status

Original

2021

The interaction between tea polyphenols and host intestinal microorganisms: An effective way to prevent psychiatric disorders

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2021

The role of the intestinal microbiota in the pathogenesis of host depression and mechanism of TPs relieving depression

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2021

A microbiome-driven approach to combating depression during the COVID-19 pandemic

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2021

Microbiota and sleep: Awakening the gut feeling

Original

2021

Psychobiotics as a novel strategy for alleviating anxiety and depression

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2021

Gut microbiome composition associated with major depressive disorder and sleep quality

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2021

Gut microbiota variations in patients diagnosed with major depressive disorder-A systematic review

Original

2021

Gut microbiota dysbiosis in depressed women: The association of symptom severity and microbiota function

Original

2019

Gut microbiome diversity is associated with sleep physiology in humans

Original

2021

The effects of psychobiotics on the microbiota-gut-brain axis in early-life stress and neuropsychiatric disorders