Why is Gut Health so Important?

Why is Gut Health so Important?


“All disease begins in the gut.”  -Hippocrates

After reading two books, multiple research articles, listing to several podcasts, and watching a few videos,

I have learned just enough about the gut and the microbiome’s influence on your immune system,

nervous system and hormonal system (covering at least part of pretty much every process in the body)

to recognize that without good gut health, it’s is impossible to have good health, period.

 

Your gastrointestinal system is host to hundreds of trillions of different bacteria, plus viruses, molds,

and fungi.  It is an interesting idea to think that on a genetic level, you are dwarfed by the 5 lbs of

microbial residents residing inside you. Yes, you and your microbes are in this together.  But not to fear!  

You provide a home for these bugs and they provide  services in return.  The vast majority of the

microbes in your body are not harmful but in fact helping you break down food, extracting energy,

sending it to the proper places, regulating hunger, acting as the immune surveillance system detecting friends or

foes, even affecting things like your hormone and insulin levels!  

Symptoms related to poor gut health can the obvious ones like bloating and gas, stomach pain, and

reflux issues.  There are less obvious  as abdominal pain, bloating after meals, reflux, or flatulence,

but also less obvious symptoms like headaches, fatigue, joint pain, and immune system weakness.

 The more severe the status of your gut health the more you start running into issues like Crohn’s,

ulcerative colitis, hashimoto’s thyroiditis, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and fibromyalgia.

 

But there’s good news!  With a little bit of work, consistency, and time, it is entirely possible to

repair your gut and restore the health of your GI system.  

 

Why should you care?  Here’s a list of possible side effects that come with

restoring your GI system:

Enhanced mood and memory

Stronger Immune system

Better digestion

Weight loss

Reduced symptoms or remission of auto-immune disorders

Reduced symptoms of depression

Reduced symptoms of anxiety

Improved cardiovascular health

Improved bone density

So what can you do about it?

Remove / Repair / Restore / Replace

Step 1: Work to first remove the problem foods and toxins from your system that could be causing issues.

Step 2: Start to repair and heal the gut by reintroducing a clean diet and key nutrients.

Step 3: Supplementing with the right probiotics to restore the ideal balance of gut bacteria.

Step 4: Replace the negative foods and toxins with better choices.

 

At KORE Wellness, we think this process is so important that we’re

giving the first part of this program, the 3-day cleanse away for

free to anyone who wants it.  Simply click here to join.

We’ll go right from the cleans our comprehensive 6-week Restore

your gut program, the cost is $39 and you will have the opportunity

to opt-in to this complete 6-week program and you’ll be on your way to

solidifying optimal health!

 

References:

Whole Health Chicago:http://wholehealthchicago.com/2015/04/20/understanding-leaky-gut/

Science Daily:http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/04/150409143045.htm

Johns Hopkins Medicine:http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/healthy_aging/healthy_body/the-brain-gut-connection

CNN:http://www.cnn.com/2015/05/06/business/brain-food/

Dr. David Perlmutter:http://www.drperlmutter.com/about/brain-maker-by-david-perlmutter-md/

Outside Magazine David Ferry Does your gut hold the secret to performance?

Dr. Steven R Gundry The Plant Paradox




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