Looking to restore your gut bacteria and wondering what foods to eat and exclude?
Gut bacteria play a big role in many different bodily functions. When bad gut bacteria take over the good bacteria, problems will arise.
These can include Candida, SIBO, leaky gut, autoimmune diseases like Hashimoto’s, hormonal imbalances and anxiety.
Good gut bacteria can also aid you in weight loss and aid your mental health.
To deal with poor gut bacteria, you need to have the correct diet, supplementation and lifestyle factors in place, as well as deal with other types of pathogens that can be affecting your gut bacteria.
Watch this video to discover more about how to keep your gut bacteria healthy!
Gut Bacteria Facts
Did you know that more than 70 million Americans suffer with some kind of digestive disorder?
That means over 20% of the American population have digestive problems and it’s not something that’s getting better.
Unfortunately, not many people understand the great importance that diet plays with regards to their gut health and how it affects their gut bacteria.
There are many reasons why you can have gut imbalances, and these include:
- Candida, SIBO, H pylori, parasites, other pathogens
- Nutrient deficiencies,
- Taking antibiotics,
- Too much stress,
- Toxic overload,
- Unhealthy diet,
- Alcohol consumption.
Good Gut Bacteria Foods
Your body contains trillions of microbes, most of which should be beneficial.
The majority of your microbes are in your gut.
They play a critical role in digestion, immune function and weight loss support.
What you eat can quickly change your microbiome, but are you eating the right foods to help your gut bacteria?
What you eat isn’t just nutrition for you, it also feeds the trillions of bacteria that live in your gut and then support the health of your body.
Every person is different, but if you want to improve your digestion, balance your hormones, reverse autoimmune diseases and achieve natural weight loss, you must eat and live healthily.
Easy Digestive Health Tips
- Eat a wide range of plant-based foods. A healthy gut has a diverse community of microbes which thrive on whole plant foods.
- Fiber is key! Most people eat less fiber than they should. Fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and healthy whole plant foods will feed your healthy gut bacteria.
- High fat is not the way! You need to adopt a high-carbohydrate diet.
- Avoid processed foods. They often contain ingredients that either suppress ‘good’ bacteria or increase ‘bad’ bacteria.
- Deal with any underlying root cause or causes of your poor gut health – i.e. Candida or SIBO.
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