What is the Gut Microbiome?
What does it do?:
From birth to death, the gut biome impacts food digestion, the immune system, the central nervous system and more. We need a healthy gut biome to:
I Broke My Biome: Now What?
It’s not pretty! An imbalance of healthy and unhealthy microbes is sometimes called gut dysbiosis. Dysbiosis can result in or contribute to:
Also, there is new research indicating that gut dysbiosis may be related to:
How Did I Break My Biome?
By living here…, now!
Our gut biomes are becoming imbalanced because our modern western lifestyle(s) expose us to less “good” bacteria and more “bad” bacteria than in years past.
Today, many of us engage or are in contact with:
Antibiotics may treat your infection(s) by destroying bad bacteria, but the cure may well be worse than the disease
So, if your gut biome gets out of whack, your body can develop inflammation and an increased risk for both autoimmune and chronic disease. That said, with a little care an maintenance, you can sharply reduce the negative health consequences of a bad gut biome
10 Things You Can Do to Repair Your Gut Biome
If you’ve undergone antibiotic treatment or suffer from symptoms associated with gut dysbiosis, your Longeviti Health physician will work with you to rapidly restore your gut biome to its proper balance.
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