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Simple Ways to Support your Gut Microbiome as well as your Overall Health

You can begin with including more probiotic foods in your diet as well as specific probiotic strains which are beneficial in the gut-brain axis connection. Here are a few examples of probiotic foods: oats, garlic, onions, sauerkraut, asparagus, bananas, apples and cocoa.

You can also go for a walk outside. Walking outside is a great way to diversify and improve your gut microbiome.

Implementing a prayer and gratitude practice into your daily routine have been shown to lower blood pressure and even inhibit the release of cortisol, which decreases the negative impact of stress on the body.

Reducing your screen time can lower your stress levels, improve your sleep quality and even improve your mental health.

Isolation can become harmful to your mental and physical health so staying connected with your social circle will bring many benefits such as: strengthening your immune system, helping you recover from disease and lowering rates of anxiety and depression.

Also, make sure to support your mineral balance to naturally improve your digestive enzymes and HCL. If necessary, you could also use digestive enzyme supplements and/or Apple Cider vinegar before meals. if needed.

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