Listen To Your Gut

Updated: Jul 24, 2019

The quirky urge. A funny shiver. That little voice in your head. These are your gut feelings talking. However, what are they letting you know, and would it be a good idea for you to tune in?

With the variety of things that creates disturbance on our digestive systems nowadays, it's going to appear impossible to try to induce balance and restore yourself to optimum health. however it’s not just about digestive problems alone, as gastrointestinal health may be the basis cause for several different health problems as well as brain and mental health.

However, with a small amount of planning and time, it’s entirely attainable to restore the total health of your gastrointestinal system, which may have major positive effects on your entire body, from mood, to memory, and more. Healing your gut permits the body to create a stronger immune system and manufacture the right kind of microorganism that tells your brain that it’s okay to feel good once more.

The health of your gastrointestinal system is very vital to your overall well-being. mostly liable for the crucial functions of the body’s digestive and immune systems, useful bacteria in your gastrointestinal system have the potential of affecting your body’s vitamin and mineral permeability, hormone regulation, digestion, vitamin production, immune reaction, and ability to eliminate toxins, not to mention your overall mental state.

The gastrointestinal system is unique in the sense that it communicates signs – healthy and warning signs, using all of the 5 senses to supply health indicators. Therefore by listening, tasting, seeing, smelling and feeling a lot of, you'll be able to really tune in to your gut.

Take care of your gut, regulate what you eat, lead a balanced life, divide your day with time for relaxation, permit enough time to eat properly, ensure you get enough sleep, allow time to go to the toilet. Don’t allow yourself to be a victim to your gut, take charge. If you'll be able to take care of your gut, then the rest of your body are going to be fit and well too.

With the undeniable link between gut health and mental health, the age old adage “you are what you eat” becomes more accurate every day.

And the best things I have found that improved my gut function are:

1) All of the above

2) And Apple Cider Vinegar

3) Bone Broth

4) Herbal Tea

5) Enzymes

6) Detox Water

7) Probiotics

What does your gut say about you?
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