A healthy gut is an important part of the healthy body and looks. Many people might have had some problems that have to do with guts and digestive system particularly like irritable bowel, heartburn, bloating, gas and various other symptoms that mean that you should follow the healthy gut diet plan.

Did you know that according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, around 70 million people suffer from different digestive diseases?[1] What some people don’t understand that gut problems lead to other problems and affect other things.

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Other issues linked to gut health:

So you can see that how to maintain healthy gut flora is important for various aspects.

Supplements and other support for your gut

Gut health has a lot to do with allergens, microbes, and toxins in the body and also how they leave the body or are kept out. More scenically these processes can be called “absorption,” “digestion” and “assimilation” of the consumed food. I as a Board certified nutrition specialist Chen Ben Asher wants to remind that not all bacteria are bad. There are also good bacteria (e.g., Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus) that help for weight loss, digestion of food, hormone regulation, producing of vitamins, for detoxification process, etc. Too much of bad bacteria together with yeasts and parasites can cause very bad result for the health (you can also check more about how to balance your immune system here). Nobody wants to experience overactive immune system and inflammation because it takes a long time and cares to get back on track.

From my experience, I can say that there are women who come with different symptoms that they complain about and in the end, we find out that it was a problem with gut health. An example was a woman who had a severe itchy rash and weight gain. The first attention was weight, but with tests, we found out that she had leaky gut.

How to support gut health?

  1. Think about your diet plan. Whole, unprocessed foods with a lot of fiber like seeds, beans, whole grains, can help.
  2. Find out if you have food sensitivities or even allergies. That will help to eliminate food that is harmful to each individually (gluten, soy, corn, dairy products, etc.).
  3. Threat infections – don’t let them be something that you can live with
  4. Take digestive enzymes, extra omega 3 supplements, gut-healing nutrients and other things.

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There are numerous ways how to increase good bacteria in your gut naturally and other solutions including a healthy diet, but everyone needs a personal attention.

 

Take care,

Chen

Reference:

[1] Digestive Diseases Statistics for the United States. Accessed: https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-statistics/digestive-diseasesrel=”nofollow”