Most people never consider the importance of gut health. There’s a lot more going on in your digestive system than just digesting food, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating waste. If your health is less than perfect, your gut is likely to be at least partially to blame!
The digestive tract is a fascinating combination of activities. Food is being digested. Some of that food is allowed to be absorbed into the bloodstream, while other components of your meal and the digestive process are prevented from crossing over into the body.
There are implications that an unhealthy gut can contribute to diabetes, heart disease, alzheimers, and cancer.
It pays to have a healthy gut. In this e-book, we’ll look at the signs and symptoms of an unhealthy gut and discuss ways to bring an unhealthy gut back to a state of good health.