Do Stress and Trauma Cause Autoimmune Disease?


In our series on autoimmune diseases, today we are shifting our focus to the brain. There is much discussion today about the gut and autoimmune disease.  While this concept is growing in popularity and notoriety, the brain is often left out of these conversations with the exception of mentioning how the gut affects the brain.  In today’s broadcast we will discuss the newest information associating the brain as a principal cause of the gut dysfunction.

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