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Your diet plays a big part in establishing gut health and supporting your microbiome’s good bacteria. Research over the past several decades has revealed evidence that there’s an inextricable link between a person’s microbiota, digestion, body weight and metabolism. In an analysis of humans and 59 additional mammalian species, microbiome environments were shown to differ dramatically depending on the specie’s diet.
The flip side is also true: Your gut health can impact how your body extracts nutrients from your diet and stores fat. Gut microbiota seem to play an important role in obesity, and changes in bacterial strains in the gut have been shown to lead to significant changes in health and body weight after only a few days.
Top 6 Foods for the Gut:
1. Bone Broth
2. Probiotic-Rich Foods
3. Coconut Products
4. Herbs & Spices
5. Wild, Organic Meat Products
6. The Right Types of Fruit
Learn more about the human microbiome and how to support gut health through food here: http://bit.ly/328NmmY
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