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How meditation benefits gut health

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This is suggested by a study cited by the British “Guardian”. The research, conducted on Buddhist monks, shows that regular meditation practice can help regulate the microbiome (the collection of all microorganisms that colonize the gut), which has a major impact on a person’s overall health. It can help reduce the risk of certain diseases.

Researchers have now found evidence of what many have long sworn by, the newspaper said: Regular meditation over a period of several years can change the human gut, strengthen the immune system and reduce the risk of depression, anxiety and heart disease. The study, based on the study of Buddhist monks, was published in General Psychiatry, published by the British Medical Journal.

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