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By: Daphne Spyropoulos

Brain's Got the Sh*ts Again

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Has your brain ever had the sh*ts? Feeling down, feeling tired, the works?

Well so had mine, until a vastly uneventful Eurotrip that led me to intense joint pain, that led me to celiac disease diagnosis, that led me to initially eating cardboard-flavoured things, that led me to tastier options, that led me to the slimey miracle that is the human gut, and to the life-affirming railroad that is the gut-brain axis. Whether your brain is constipated or has full-blown diarrhoea (I promise this book is serious once you actually buy it), this dubious title promises to share fun-facts about gut-brain health, all through real and imagined short stories that will keep you interested. If you are having doubts about trusting a sass-mouthed writer with your gut-brain health, let me try to change your mind by saying all my facts are cited through respected academic research, I’m a Neuropsychology extern and a Neuroendocrinology gut-brain researcher and I’m currently pursuing a Psychology PhD (no one said I’d catch it though).


Daphne Spyropoulos is an author, a neuropsychology extern at Yale Neurology, an advanced practicum student at the Integrated Brain Health Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School, and a Counseling Psychology PhD candidate at Fordham University in New York City. She is passionate about the gut-brain axis and the effects of the gut microbiome on neurodegenerative diseases and on mood disorders. She has published three fiction books in Greek.

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