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Do you have a healthy bacterial microbiome?

Here's why it's so important!

A number of mental and physical issues and illnesses have been linked to issues with gut health and lack of diversity in the microbiome.

A number of studies have linked instability in the gut microbiome to obesity and diabetes.

Abnormally high levels of certain bacteria strain may be present when Crohn’s Disease develops.

Sugar loving microbes in the gut can fuel colon cancer.

1/3 of depression sufferers have “leaky gut”.

Prebiotics can have anti-anxiety antidepressant effects.

Studies in mice have linked a lack of normal gut bacteria with changes in brain development.

Studies have found a link between high levels of unhealthy Prevotella Copri bacteria and autoimmune joint disease.

Imbalance in gut flora may be a main factor in both the onset and continuing symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis.

There is a definitive link between IBS and an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine.

Many times, working on gut health can make monumental changes in an person's overall health.



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