Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, ISSN: 2320-0227,Vol.: 3, Issue.: 22 (16-30 November)
Gut Uptake, Brain and Behaviour
Tveiten D. Bioeng1 and K. L. Reichelt1,2* 1The Pepide Research Unit, Lab1, Oslo No-0275, Oslo, Norway.
2Kleve 4541, Oslo University, Blindern No-0139, Oslo, Norway.
Tveiten D. Bioeng1 and K. L. Reichelt1,2*
1The Pepide Research Unit, Lab1, Oslo No-0275, Oslo, Norway.
(1) Dr. Francisco Torrens, Institut Universitari de Ciència Molecular, Universitat de València, Edifici d'Instituts de Paterna, València, Spain.
(1) Maria Gazouli, School of Medicine, University of Athens, Greece.
(3) Laura de Magistris, Second University of Naples, Italy.
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Aims: To document the evidence for a gut uptake to brain axis. The many hormones, many of them peptides and shared by the intestines and the brain, will not be included in this survey.
Methods: Systematic looking through journal publications by means of Pub med and collected information and authors research since 1978.
Results: Food-protein antibodies, food-protein derived peptides and direct physiological evidence point to considerable effect of the digestive system on behavior and mood. Removal of specific proteins from diet ameliorates the clinical condition.
Conclusion: Uptake from the gut of various substances has effect on behaviour.
Gut uptake; antibodies; peptides; behaviour.
Full Article - PDF Page 2834-2847
DOI : 10.9734/JSRR/2014/10162Review History Comments