Microbiota Gut-Brain Axis and DMHR

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.

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2024

Diet-microbiota associations in gastrointestinal research: A systematic review

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2024

Probiotics’ effects in the treatment of anxiety and depression: A comprehensive review of 2014–2023 clinical trials

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2024

Gut microbiota and inflammatory factor characteristics in major depressive disorder patients with anorexia

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2024

Stress-induced mucin 13 reductions drive intestinal microbiome shifts and despair behaviors

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2024

The microbiota drives diurnal rhythms in tryptophan metabolism in the stressed gut

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2024

The power of psychobiotics in Depression: A modern approach through the Microbiota–Gut–Brain Axis: A literature review

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2024

The role of gut microbiota, nutrition, and physical activity in depression and obesity—interdependent mechanisms/co-occurrence

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2024

A cross-sectional study observing the association of psychosocial stress and dietary intake with gut microbiota genera and alpha diversity among a young adult cohort of black and white women in Birmingham, Alabama

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2024

Fermented foods: Harnessing their potential to modulate The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis for mental health

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2023

The role of gut microbiota in anxiety, depression, and other mental disorders as well as the protective effects of dietary components

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2023

Social anxiety disorder-associated gut microbiota increases social fear

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2023

Microbiota-induced epigenetic alterations in depressive disorders are targets for nutritional and probiotic therapies

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2023

Infant saliva microbiome activity modulates nutritional impacts on neurodevelopment

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2023

Lactobacillus from the Altered Schaedler Flora maintain IFNγ homeostasis to promote behavioral stress resilience

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2021

Extra-virgin olive oil and the gut-brain axis: influence on gut microbiota, mucosal immunity, and cardiometabolic and cognitive health

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2023

Neuropsychiatric and neurological diseases in relation to the microbiota-gut-brain axis: From research to clinical care

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2023

Lipids, gut microbiota, and the complex relationship with Alzheimer’s Disease: A narrative review

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2023

Inulin-type fructans and 2'fucosyllactose alter both microbial composition and appear to alleviate stress-induced mood state in a working population compared to placebo (maltodextrin): the EFFICAD Trial, a randomized, controlled trial

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2022

Microbial-derived metabolites as a risk factor of age-related cognitive decline and dementia

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2023

Microbiota from Alzheimer’s patients induce deficits in cognition and hippocampal neurogenesis

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2023

Effects of Ramadan intermittent fasting on gut microbiome: Is the diet key?

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2023

Discrimination exposure impacts unhealthy processing of food cues: Crosstalk between the brain and gut

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2023

Steamed broccoli sprouts alleviate DSS-induced inflammation and retain gut microbial biogeography in mice