Towards the end of the 1990s, the New York Times published a publishing article on intestinal microbioma, speaking for the first time to the big audience of Second Brain, the Second Brain it would be the enteric nervous system and it would be
“second” only to the “first brain” or the Central Nervous System, referring to a new field of medicine called NeurGastroEnterology; the researchers mentioned in that article,
including the famous Michael D. Gerhson, they have
shown that the intestine contains independent neuronal circuits, which ensure that the digestive tube below the esophagus also works in the absence of connections to the Il rest of the Central Nervous System. These two acquisitions, i.e. the revaluation
of the importance of the Intestrial Flora/Microbiotic Intestinal and the discovery that the intestinal nervous system/Second Brain has its autonomy dropped the bases of psychomothers..