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7 Signs Your Gut Is Out Of Whack

Your gut is a key index of your health. What type of gut bacteria you host makes all the difference between health and possible disorders. It is because of this reason gut bacteria are a subject of fascination for researchers. 

Decades of studies link gut bacteria to the activity of the immune and digestive system. If there is an imbalance in the healthy and unhealthy gut bacteria it can lead to:

  • Skin problems such as acne, psoriasis, rosacea or eczema.
  • Mental health issues like depression, anxiety or brain fog.
  • Auto-immune disorders like Hashimoto or IBS.

No doubt, if your gut is in order, your health is in order. But, how do you tell if your gut bacteria is off?

7 Signs of Gut Bacteria Imbalance

1) Digestive Issues: bloating, heartburn, diarrhea, and constipation can all mean a messed up gut.

2) Skin Conditions: if you are prone to acne, psoriasis, rosacea and eczema. It could be due to a lower count of healthy gut bacteria.

3) Autoimmunity: bad gut bacteria trigger the immune system to attack itself. Instead of the harmful invaders body's cells get attacked. Studies link autoimmune conditions to imbalances in gut bacteria population.

4) Chronic Fatigue: a damaged gut can influence your ability to sleep. It can lead to poor sleep that reflects as fatigue in the day. Your gut makes the hormone serotonin, that affects your sleep.

5) Weight Gain:  if your gut is out of whack  gaining weight happens fast. Yes, it can happen despite no major changes to your eating and exercise habits. Unhealthy gut affects nutrient absorption, blood sugar, and fat storage leading to weight gain.

6) Mental Health: research shows that your gut helps make brain chemicals. These neurotransmitters influence your emotions like anxiety and depression. About ninety percent of serotonin (the feel-good hormone) is from the gut.

7) Food Intolerances: food intolerances occur when you have difficulty digesting certain foods. It leads to symptoms like bloating, gas, nausea and abdominal pain. Poor gut bacteria can be a cause for food intolerances. Note that food intolerances are different from food allergies.

5 Ways to Improve your Gut Bacteria

  1. Boost Fiber Intake: include plenty of fruits and vegetables to amp up your fiber intake. Good bacteria thrive on undigested fiber in the gut. It confers many benefits, including the feeling of fullness and a trim waist.
  2. Stop Eating Bad Sugars: certain types of sugar triggers inflammation, feed bad bacteria and kills good bacteria. It results in systemic inflammation that harms your body.
  3. Add Probiotics: probiotics and fermented foods are your gut's best friend. Include fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi.  Also, probiotics like full fat Greek yogurt promote the population of healthy bacteria.
  4. Drink Green Juice: Green Juice is a scientifically formulated all-in-one source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and carotenoids, working to boost immunity and support the gut with the plethora of superfoods provided in just one scoop.
  5. Avoid Refined Food: refined food damage your gut lining. Besides digestive issues, it leads to bad bacteria overgrowth.

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Thank you for taking the time to read this blog. Today say to yourself over and over “I am ready to make a healthy change” and know you’re worth it!

Yours in health and happiness,

Beth Cook

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