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Heal your gut, Heal your life.

Did you know that good gut health is responsible for just about every important function of your body?





Weight loss, anxiety, depression, immune system. You name it, it all points back to gut health. If you focus on healing your gut, you will literally transform every aspect of your life.


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1. What is Gut Health?


Gut health refers to the balance and well-being of the microorganisms living in our digestive tracts. This comprises bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microbes.


2. Why is Gut Health Important?* - *


Digestion: Assists in breaking down food and absorbing nutrients. If your gut health is bad, your body can't properly absorb nutrients which results in serious health problems.


Immunity: Approximately 70% of our immune cells reside in the gut. A strong immune system is very dependent on good gut health.


Brain Health: The gut-brain connection (gut-brain axis) links gut health to mood, behavior, and mental well-being. Seraton and Dopamine are made in the gut. Bad gut health will cause serious symptoms of anxiety and depression. Heal your gut and you'll virtually eliminate symptoms of both anxiety and depression.


Hormonal Balance:


The gut produces and regulates numerous hormones. Ladies if those hormones are going crazy on you, it's crucial to fix your gut health.


Barrier Function:


A healthy gut lining prevents harmful substances from entering the bloodstream.


3. Signs of Poor Gut Health: Digestive issues like gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, or heartburn. - Unintended weight changes. - Chronic fatigue. - Frequent infections or slow wound healing. - Autoimmune conditions. - Frequent headaches or migraines. - Sleep disturbances. - Skin problems like eczema. - Persistent bad breath or food allergies.


4. Improving Gut Health:



Fermented Foods: Yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, and miso introduce beneficial bacteria.


Limit Sugar: Excessive sugar can promote harmful bacteria and yeasts.


Prebiotics: Foods like garlic, onions, and bananas feed the good bacteria. Chia seeds and Flax seed is another amazing source of good fiber.


Limit Artificial Sweeteners: Some studies suggest they can negatively affect gut bacteria.


Stay Hydrated: Drinking enough water is beneficial for the mucosal lining of the gut.


B. Lifestyle - Reduce Stress: Meditation, deep-breathing exercises, and physical activity can help.


Sleep: Ensure you get 7-9 hours of quality sleep.


Limit Antibiotics: Use them only when necessary, as they can deplete good bacteria.


C. Supplements - Probiotics: These are beneficial bacteria that can support gut health.


Digestive Enzymes: Can assist in breaking down food more effectively.


D. Avoid Toxins and Irritants - Limit NSAIDs (like ibuprofen) which can harm the gut lining. - Be cautious with alcohol and tobacco.


E. Be Active - Regular exercise can promote a healthier gut flora balance.


5. Factors Affecting Gut Health: - Age - Diet - Environment - Genetics - Medications


Remember, everyone's gut is unique. What benefits one person might not benefit another.


To have Sean set you up on a personalized gut health plan that will transform your life, book a FREE 15 minute call TODAY. Click here to book your FREE call.



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