'First we had yogurt, then antibiotics, and then probiotics. Next came prebiotics, followed by symbiotics, a combination of prebiotics and probiotics. Now we have psychobiotics.
No, not mixed up crazy ass bugs or stoned-on-weed probiotics made in Colorado!
Psychobiotics: Noun, plural (sci-ko-bi-ot-ics). Laboratory manufactured probiotics for psychiatric treatment.In the early 1900s, The Russian biologist Élie Metchnikoff found that Bulgarians, who ate lots of yogurt and other fermented foods, lived longer lives. Metchnikoff was the first to propose the idea that friendly gut bacteria helped support health. Others followed.'