Neurotransmitters are chemicals emitted by neurons in order to stimulate neighbouring neurons, thus allowing the impulses pass from one nerve cell to another throughout the nervous system. They are produced in the digestive system and affect our mood, sleep, memory, breathing ... and more.
Billions of neurotransmitter molecules work continuously to maintain the function of our brain and have a direct effect on both physical and psychological on body functions.
The composition of the food we eat, has a direct effect on the production of chemical signals in the brain ... This system is referred to as the second brain and is controlled by the microflora of the stomach, which is a collection of billions of microorganisms that colonise called microbiome. Because the tissue of the gastrointestinal tract is in greater part, nerve tissue, it is logical to think that microbiome influences the production of neurotransmitters and the nervous system as a whole.
These microorganisms have a specific effect on the so-called "feel good" condition. These bacteria, in the correct ratio to the other, have a direct effect on GABA receptors in the brain. The reduction of the levels of these receptors leads to mental distress such as chronic depression.
Everyone knows, for example, that serotonin is a brain neurotransmitter, but few are aware that 90% of the serotonin is produced in the digestive system. Only 10% are synthesised in the central nervous system. Properly functioning gastrointestinal tract helps the brain alone to produce chemistry needs by the brain.
BOTTOM LINE: UNFORTUNATELY THE MODERN MAN GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT DOES NOT PRODUCE ENOUGH EFFICIENT NEUROTRANSMITTERS.
THE NUCELL PROGRAM AUTOMATICALLY TAKES CARE OF THIS.