" In many ways, the small intestine is like a second brain. Ninety-five percent of your serotonin -- the brain's mood-regulating chemical -- is contained in your small intestine's elaborate network of nerves. That's a big reason why we feel strong emotions like fear, anticipation, and love deep in our guts as well as our minds. "
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