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The gut contains more neurons than your spinal cord and the community of bacteria that live in your gut – your microbiome – “talks” to your brain. When you think about that, it’s not surprising your emotional state tends to make itself known through your bowels, from butterflies when you’re nervous to cramps when you’re stressed.

“The gut deserves to be listened to – if you’re in discomfort, it’s probably trying to tell you something,” says Dr Yoram Inspector, a psycho-gastroenterologist at St

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