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Gut and Digestion

Gut and Digestion

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A healthy gut is essential to good overall health and can improve digestion, immune function, hormone production, and even mental wellbeing.

The health of your gut impacts your overall health in ways you may not even realise. In fact, your digestive system plays an important role in maintaining the health of every other organ and system in your body, so it’s essential to ensure that your gut is healthy to promote good health across the board.

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  • FAQ - Gut and Digestion

    A healthy gutis essential to good overall health and can improve digestion, immune function, hormone production, and even mental wellbeing. Understanding your gut health is important, as an unhealthy gut can cause an array of negative symptoms, from constipation to irritable bowel syndrome to brain fog and even joint pain. The health of your gut impacts your overall health in ways you may not even realise. In fact, your digestive system plays an important role in maintaining the health of every other organ and system in your body, so it’s essential to ensure that your gut is healthy to promote good health across the board.

    What are the signs of an unhealthy gut?

    The most common signs of an unhealthy gut include diarrhea, gas, bloating, constipation, fatigue, and weight gain. Many people also experience what’s known as a leaky gut syndrome which is where small holes develop in your intestinal lining through a lack of nutrients or digestion problems. When these holes allow particles to pass through them into your bloodstream they can cause a wide range of additional health issues such as food sensitivities and autoimmune disease.

    Probiotics and prebiotics: A healthy gut relies on many different components that all work together to keep things running smoothly. If even one component isn’t functioning properly it can lead to overall gut dysfunction. While probiotics are often marketed for their digestive benefits, there are actually some surprising conditions probiotics have shown to help out with: obesity, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and eczema. Prebiotics actually feed beneficial bacteria in your gut.

    What foods heal your gut?

    A healthy gut is closely related to a strong immune system and overall health. Imbalances in gut flora can be caused by a wide variety of factors, including illness, poor diet, stomach pain, or even stress. Common symptoms of imbalanced gut flora include fatigue, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, and weight changes. A healthy diet rich in fiber and probiotics can help rebalance your gut flora. Some foods aid healing.

    Flaxseed, also known as linseed, contains omega-3 fatty acids called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), Probiotic yogurt contains 'good' bacteria such as Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, which both produce an enzyme called lactase. Beans contain significant amounts of fructose-oligosaccharides (FOS). FOS are not digested until they reach your large intestine where they act as food for certain strains of beneficial bowel flora. Prebiotic fibers enhance the absorption of minerals and vitamins like vitamin K2, B12, biotin, and iron. Fermented vegetables like sauerkraut, kimchi, and pickles all contain good microbes, although pickles tend to be higher in salt content. Gut flora affects every aspect of human health, from mental function and mood to nutrient assimilation.

    What foods to avoid for gut health?

    Stomach pain and indigestion are common indicators of an unhealthy gut. While it can be caused by a host of factors, poor gut health is often linked to digestive sensitivity and inflammation. A diet rich in probiotics and prebiotics (found in foods like fermented vegetables) can improve gut health; however, in extreme cases, supplements for gut health may be necessary. To help support your gut health—and prevent stomach aches—avoid sugary drinks and processed carbohydrates, such as white breads and pasta; these foods could aggravate your digestive symptoms. Some foods to avoid for gut health artificial sweeteners (such as aspartame), dairy products, eggs, wheat/gluten, corn, peanuts/tree nuts, and soy.

    How do you treat an inflamed gut?

    Try eating more probiotics and prebiotics. A healthy gut is full of good bacteria, also known as probiotics. These good bacteria help crowd out bad bacteria and overgrowths like Candida that can infect your system when there is an imbalance in your gut’s bacterial ecosystem. Prebiotics promote probiotic growth, so they are important to eat too. Prebiotic foods include garlic, leeks, onions, bananas, Jerusalem artichokes, jicama, and chicory root. Eat healthy fats. Healthy fats feed our good gut bacteria; use olive oil for cooking.

    Some researchers also recommend including fish oil supplements in your diet if you don’t eat enough fatty fish on a regular basis. Drink plenty of water: Water helps keep things moving through your gastrointestinal tract and down to their final destination—the toilet bowl. If constipation is a problem, it might be time to drink more water. Exercise regularly as regular exercise enhances circulation throughout the body, including your digestive tract.

    What do you mean by gut bacteria?

    Your gut is often called your second brain. In fact, there are more neurons in your gut than in your spinal cord. And it’s well known that human health begins with a healthy gut, which houses a complex ecosystem of bacteria and microorganisms. Poor diet and stress can cause an imbalance in your gut bacteria, leading to poor digestion and absorption of nutrients, immune function disorders, and chronic inflammation – all risk factors for disease. If you experience any of these symptoms, you may have an unhealthy gut: frequent stomach pain or discomfort; bloating after meals; diarrhea or constipation; irregular bowel movements or stools; food allergies; headaches or migraines; skin rashes and itching.

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