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Gut Health

The gut or intestines play an important role in protecting the body from harmful bacteria and toxins.  However, the gut has other important functions than digestion. It contains most of our immune system and produces neurotransmitters like serotonin and acetylcholine. The gut-brain axis consists of a two-way communication system between the brain and the gut system.  This connection links the emotional and cognitive centers of the brain with GI  functions. Individuals with poor gut health are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety, and brain fog.

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Leaky Gut Syndrome and Irritable Bowel: What Causes Gut Problems?

    The gut or intestines protect the body from harmful bacteria and toxins.  However, the gut has other vital functions than digestion. It contains most of our immune system and produces neurotransmitters like serotonin and acetylcholine. The gut-brain axis is a two-way communication system between the brain and the gut.  This connection links the

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Rid Yourself Of Parasites, Bacteria, and Yeast

How Parasites, Bacteria, and Yeast Affect Gut Health Parasites, bacteria, and yeast can cause significant issues in the gut. These microorganisms can build up over time, leading to several health problems, including stomach pain, bloating, cramps, and diarrhea. Parasites are typically contracted through food or water contaminated with feces. Bacteria and yeast can also become

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