Dysbiosis. Your Gut. Health.
I bet you’re thinking that you escaped middle school or college long ago and never thought you would have to return… we’re sad to bring you back but we promise to make it worth it for you.
Health today is on a whole new level thanks to advances in technology and the new discoveries thanks to technology. We are not able to analyze your gut to indicate where your gut is in terms of health and find ways to help your promote a healthier gut. So, dysbiosis is a microbial imbalance in your gut that causes many symptoms including but not limited to:
- Bad Breath (Holitos)
- Upset Stomach
- Constipation & Diarrhea
- Vaginal or Rectal Itching
- Brain Fog
- And More
How do you work?
It really is a deadly killer that most of the time we just shrug off. Having some diarrhea to many won’t seem like much, but it could be a sign of something problematic in your gut. Now we aren’t saying that it’s the end of the world should you happen to exhibit any of the above symptoms, rather you should take notice and see if it’s consistent or not.
It’s much more simple to fix dysbiosis than you are probably thinking, and that’s the one bad thing about most medical names for problems. That is with every single name it sounds like you are set in stone to die, but it really is far from the truth.
Dysbiosis can be treated many ways (based on your symptoms and preconditions before exhibiting symptoms) like taking probiotics, eating healthier, drinking more water, and more.
Nutrition & "Healthy" Food VS. Dysbiosis
This is where the interesting part starts to kick in though. If you were to have IBS (Irritable Bowl Syndrome) and go to a nutritionist to get help, they’ll give you a diet to follow that they recommend. Now if you haven’t learned anything by now you should take this to heart. Your gut is unique only to you so by taking foods that seem healthy you could actually be adding fuel to the flame.
Below are some images from results and recommendations from a test we had done to showcase how your gut is counterintuitive to what you might think, expect, or assume.
Everybody has a different gut microbiome than anyone else so the idea of a one diet fits all is something we advocate against. It's for this very reason that some diets will help some people while it will hurt others.
In fact, having dysbiosis will show itself in other parts of your body and health, but like we said before most people will shrug it off as a symptom of something else.
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