This week in bio everyday we worked on our anti-stigma slogan that we want to exhibit on Festival del Sol, and I felt like I was really stuck on what I wanted to tell everyone about nutrition. So started out with something along the line of “Don't assume until you know what you’re putting into your body” but then I felt like this wasn't really something seemed to go along with what I wanted to tell people about nutrition, because I want people to always be conscious about what they put into their body and saying this to me seemed like I was telling people that they shouldn't assume that they did know. And I felt like it was like stigma more than it was anti-stigma. So I read a summary article that Vere, one of my group mates wrote and I read something that was very interesting to me, it said something about how the stomach was the like a second brain, in the way that it sent neurotransmitters up to the brain. And so this inspired me to write that the stomach was the body's second brain. Your mood and your health can depend on what you’ve been putting into your body.