Francesco Carini, Noemi Irma Bressan, Irene La Palerma, Dario Saguto, Guido Zanghì, Margherita Mazzola, Claudia Galletta, Giulia Tomasello, Giorgio Maida , Marta Zanghì, Riccardo Gaglio, Giovanni Tomasello
This essay’s main goal of the present review is to highlight the connections between intestinal dysbiosis and the ensuing activation of the mucosal lymphatic system. One of the study’s goals is to investigate the impact on mood caused by a serotonergic deficit driven by mucosal inflammation. It assesses the relationship between food consumption and the onset of psychological and mental illnesses as a secondary end aim. Patients with inflammatory bowel diseases and psychological and psychiatric mood disorders appear to benefit therapeutically from the sort of diet they consume.