Gut health is a hot topic these days, and continues to gain traction in both the media and scientific literature. And for good reason! Research continues to show that the gut microbiome influences inflammation, mental health, cardiovascular function, immunity, glycemic control, appetite regulation, and digestive health, all of which influence how you feel and how your body functions.
Unfortunately, certain diet and lifestyle choices can negatively impact your gut bacteria and lead to adverse health outcomes. So, what are some ways you can nourish your gut and support optimal health to become a happier, healthier you?
In this edition, we're digging into the science to uncover the best strategies to help boost your gut health. From dietary changes to lifestyle modifications, here's what the research has to say about making your microbiome flourish.
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