microbiome helps control digestion and has a major
influence on your metabolism and body weight. It
also performs other functions, including supporting
the immune system and helping fight off illnesses.
Consequences of an Unhealthy Gut Biome:
Overuse of antibiotics.
Excessive alcohol consumption
Consuming too much sugar, protein or
Accidental chemical consumption,
your gut flora becomes imbalanced, you
may experience an overgrowth of yeast
and harmful bacteria. When your gut
flora doesn't work properly, it no
longer digests your food efficiently.
Additionally, an overgrowth of certain
"bad" gut bacteria can produce an
increase in lipopolysaccharide, which
causes inflammation that can contribute
to insulin resistance and weight gain.
Other, more desirable species of
intestinal bacteria show promise in
reducing inflammation and thus
supporting a healthy weight.
of an Unhealthy Gut Biome
A diet high in sugar and
Skin irritation, including acne
Sleep disturbances and/or
Unintentional weight gain or
loss without notable dietary or
Frequent upset stomach,
including diarrhea, bloating,
gas, heartburn and/or
symptoms can indicate other health issues as
But if you experience two or more together,
you may be living
with the consequences of an unbalanced gut
Periodic Table Of Dis-Ease
Stress, diet and any number of external elements are
effecting your health and wellness. Your gut health
is a direct result of the elements, which in turn
affects your state of well-being. Poor gut health
can lead to:
who have a well-balanced microbiome tend to have an
easier time maintaining a healthy weight.
So Try the
Gut Health Triad Bundle and get yourself back in
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