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Do you want to improve your gut microbiome and become more metabolically flexible? Start here:

1) Exercise- including strength and cardio. This will increase insulin sensitivity and the creation of new mitochondria.

2) If you don't have blood sugar issues, stop eating 2-3 hours before bedtime. Give yourself a minimum of a 12 hour window of nighttime fasting.

3)Be sure to integrate foods and nutrients that support metabolic flexibility such as: Magnesium, Polyphenols (including dark chocolate and colorful fruits and vegetables) and Omega 3 fats, found in fatty fish.

4)Avoid sugar-free sweeteners which have been shown to cause microbiome imbalances.


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