Gut bacteria and intestinal health has been a popular topic of discussion in the health scene. Almost everybody has heard of probiotics and how good they are for your health, and food marketers are even putting probiotics in all sorts of things now, from soft drinks to zinc tablets.
But there’s good reason for that: the environment in your gut and the symbiotic relationship that you have with those bacteria and the rest of your body is critical to your health and wellbeing.
All sorts of things can throw off the balance of “good”/”bad” bacteria in your intestinal environment, like overconsumption of alcohol and even improperly released emotional stress.
Check out this video today where the excellent Dr. Michael Klaper discusses the importance of your digestive environment and how it’s even related to such diseases like Leaky Gut Syndrome.
You can find out:
• A few of the many common everyday things that people do that ultimately causes disaster for their gut bacteria, and how you can fix it
• The concept of “you can’t do one thing”: how everything you and I do effects absolutely everything else around us, near and far, and how this is key to understanding good health.
• Why proteins leaking into your bloodstream, AKA an autoimmune disease, can spell disaster for your health and why the health of your intestinal environment is in direct relation with this.
• How you can actually repair a damaged gut environment and see how this one change in one part of your body affects the rest of you too!
Producing a healthy gut environment is something that I feel everyone should take at least small steps towards creating.
So next time you find yourself feeling a little under the weather or experiencing a sour stomach, trust your gut!