I know that some of you are interested in doing something in the short term to impact your gut health so I've got something I think you'll like ;)
As I’m fond of saying, I’m not a doctor. I don’t even play one on TV but I do listen to several of them and do my best to pass along the best of the information I’ve found on to you.
Here’s what Dr. Mark Hyman has said about the importance of tending our ‘inner garden’:
The food we eat not only feeds our fat cells, but also determines what kind of inner garden we are growing in our guts. This garden is filled with bugs that determine more about your health and your emotional and mental wellbeing than you ever imagined! Getting your gut bacteria healthy is one of the most important things you can do to get and stay healthy. If your bacteria are sick, so are you!
Your gut wall houses 70 percent of the cells that make up your immune system. You might not attribute digestive problems with allergies, arthritis, autoimmune diseases (irritable bowel syndrome, acne, chronic fatigue), mood disorders, autism, dementia, and cancer. Many diseases seemingly unrelated are actually caused by gut problems.
If you want to fix your health, start with your gut. Gut health literally affects your entire body.
It’s tailored for omnivore’s and doesn’t include sugar, wheat or dairy.
Salud and happy gardening!