In a healthy gut, the trillions of microorganisms that inhabit the small and large intestine make up a symbiotic, harmonious community known as the gut microbiome. Your gut bacteria can impact everything about your health, including how your brain responds to stress, how well your body can digest certain carbohydrates, the health of your immune system, how you store fat, and much, much more. If your gut microbiome is disrupted, it can cause dysbiosis—which leads to chronic illness.
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Any number of factors can bring about gut dysbiosis: antibiotics and other medications, chronic stress, and dietary toxins like industrial seed oils and refined carbs can all damage the gut microbiome. Fortunately, there are methods available for healing your gut microbiome and restoring your health.