9 Signs You Have An Unhealthy Gut - A Must Watch Video

If we are serious about maintaining a healthy body and mind, we would be wise to pay attention to the health of our gut. Our gastrointestinal tract is an architectural wonder. Good bacteria flourishes within the twists and turns of the colon, and is tasked with many functions. Some are responsible for giving a boost to our immune system, convert food into energy, eliminate waste and toxins.

So our gut is under a lot of pressure to perform well. But when bad bacteria storms in, a gut imbalance will occur. Suddenly hormones are off balance, which can leave us vulnerable to a wide range of health issues.

Most of us don’t know there’s a fight between good and evil bacteria until a state of war has been declared in our rumbling intestinal tract.

In fact, a gut imbalance has been linked to hormonal imbalances, autoimmune diseases and more.

In today’s video we’ll examine 9 warning signs that can alert us of a battle brewing.

1. Lack of Energy
2. Digestive Issues
3. Complexion Problems
4. Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies
5. Autoimmune Diseases
6. Onset of Diabetes
7. Mood Issues
8. Difficulty Sleeping
9. Stubborn Weight

Tips to build and maintain a healthy gut:

Eat less sugar, which contributes to the growth of bad gut bacteria;
Chew food slowly, thoroughly;
Stay hydrated;
Undergo a gentle detoxification monthly to eliminate toxins;
Consume more probiotic foods (or supplements) to restore the balance of gut bacteria;

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