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CAREFUL! These are the signs that warn you that the bad bacteria in the gut are increasing alarmingly
Written by SOT.COM.AL 27 Janar 2023
Gut health is essential to our overall well-being.
When we talk about gut health, we're usually referring to the correct balance of good and bad bacteria that make up our gut microbiome. Good bacteria are essential for good health, while bad bacteria can cause disease when they multiply.
The gut is connected to our brain through a vast neural network. It helps control digestion, regulates digestive secretions and regulates nutrient absorption. Our gut and brain work closely together to allow digestion to occur at the right time. Any change in gut culture will certainly reflect on all aspects of health.
A few lifestyle changes can turn your gut culture around for good, increase your metabolism, lower inflammation, and can lower your risk of chronic disease.
There are no immediate symptoms that can tell you that there is a bacterial imbalance in your gut. However, there are some subtle signs that can alert you. Below are some signals you should pay attention to.
-Your bowel movements are not easy. You can often end up with constipation or watery stools. Your stool is often hard, dry and lumpy.
-You often feel bloated after a meal
-Gas and heartburn often bother you
If your gut microbiome is negatively affected, serotonin production decreases and this can disrupt your sleep pattern.
-An imbalance in gut bacteria can also result in chronic inflammation.
- You may often have skin spots or mouth sores.
How can you improve gut health?
Maintaining a correct balance of these microorganisms is vital for good physical and mental health and also essential to achieve a good immune response.
– Consume probiotics (healthy beneficial bacteria)
-Eat fermented foods like yogurt and some vegetables
– Probiotics are fed undigested foods called prebiotics. For example, cereals, onions, bananas, garlic and others. Consuming them in good quantities can increase the production of probiotics.
- Consume less sugar and sweeteners
– Stop taking antibiotics unnecessarily.