Healthy Eating - Pay Attention To Your Gut

A number of recent studies suggest that eating certain foods can increase the microbiota or "good bugs" that live in your intestinal tract. Why is this important? Well it turns out that if your microbiota isn't surviving and thriving in your stomach, it can lead to a number of stomach issues like IBS, intestinal infections, gas, bloating and a number of other unpleasant issues.

Your healthy microbiota act as the gate-keepers to the systems of your body. They control the tempo of our bodies by helping our bodies digest and absorb nutrients, synthesize certain vitamins, and rally against intruders, such as influenza and toxic cancer-forming carcinogens. In addition to boosting our immune system, microbiota sends messages to our brain and helps regulate metabolism.

The message should be clear: Eat foods that help promote the growth of microbiota in your gut. Foods like yogurt, cruciferous vegetables, and bananas are just a few of the foods that can help your gut.

Another expert tip? Try a high-quality probiotic supplement, such as Amimocare's G.I Revive which offers superior degradation of food proteins by breaking down unhydrolyzed peptides. Additionally the highly specialized prebiotic is unique in supporting the proliferation of beneficial bacteria in both the small and large intestines. G.I. Revive also provides powerful support for food sensitivities.

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