Your stomach is filled with trillions of living bacteria and yeast which is called your microbiome. In fact, your gut houses eighty percent of your immune system and is often called the body’s second brain. Everything from moods to hormones to weight to genetics falls under the gut’s control.
We all know what we eat impacts our health, but many vastly underestimate the connection between diet and inflammation. Whether you’ve cut your finger or manage an autoimmune disease, no matter what form it takes, inflammation is your body trying to heal itself.
Inflammation in Overdrive
However, while it’s your body’s natural response to injury or disease, inflammation can go into overdrive and become chronic when fighting an ongoing imbalance or deficient lifestyle. There are many changes you can make to start cultivating better gut health, read through our top solutions below.
One possible cause of excess inflammation can …