Researchers reveal how disrupting gut-brain communication may affect learning and memory

The researchers hypothesize that this mechanism evolved to help us remember where we found particularly good sources of food, and aided in navigating back to those specific locations. This is the first time scientists have revealed such a novel, and explicit, connection between gut signals, the vagus nerve, and hippocampus memory activity.

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