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Posted on 07-18-2017
We are well aware that much of our health and immune system is directly related to our gut. Our ability and efficiency to digest foods, the make up of the types and number of bacteria, and the health of our gut lining can have direct impact on our health. Often times people think that taking a simple probiotic is all that is needed to maintain a healthy gut, but it is more vastly connected to the types of foods that we consume every day.
Below is a link to a video that helps shed some light on how you can better care for your gut, and ultimately, your overall health through your choices in foods! Some times when making changes in what and how we eat are best done little bits at a time. If you have questions about diet and health, please feel free to contact our office or comment below.
photo credit: http://redandhoney.com/signs-poor-gut-health/
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