There’s a whole lot of bacteria in your gut. Trillions, to be specific. But they’re not bad for you. Quite the opposite; a lot of these bacteria (i.e. the gut microbiome) are crucial for optimal health. An unhealthy gut can cause issues like inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), diarrhoea, and stomach aches… But of course, you probably already knew that.
5.Rebalance – Just so you know, your lifestyle habits have an enormous influence on your gut health. So, if you want to keep your gut microbiome in tip-top condition, you’ll also want to address issues like stress management, sleep, physical activity, and social connections.
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