Your gut, also known as your gastrointestinal (GI) system, is one of the foundational building blocks in your body. Did you know there are approximately 100 million nerve endings lining your gut wall? No wonder our gut is referred to as our “second brain,” since 90% of our mood-related hormones, such as serotonin and dopamine, are produced there.
While a healthy gut breaks down your food and absorbs the nutrients into the bloodstream, an unhealthy gut is unable to protect your intestinal wall and immune system from invading pathogens and infections. Maintaining a healthy gut microbiome—the good enzymes, hormones, and bacteria in your digestive tract—is the key to good gut health.
Markers of Supremely Healthy Guts:
- Healthy Skin
- Increased Energy
- Happier, Stable Mood
- Regular Bowels
Signs Your Gut Is Unhealthy:
- Abdominal Pain
- Acid Reflux
- Inflammation (Skin and Joint)
- Brain Fog
- And More!
If you have great gut health, you will be able to see and feel a dramatic difference in your life.
Reversing An Unhealthy Gut
Recently, gut health has been all the rage—from elimination diets to discovery of new gut-related illnesses and more. While most gut-related issues, such as leaky gut syndrome, can be resolved by changing your diet, regular exercise (30 minutes a day, 5 days a week), reducing stress and adding a probiotic (lactobacillus, bifidobacterium,) to your daily routine, additional steps should be taken to help reverse the damage done to your digestive tract.
Foods To Maintain A Healthy Gut:
- Fermented Foods: Kefir, Kombucha
- Whole Grains
- Prebiotic Foods: Onions, Bananas
- Fiber-Rich Foods
MedStudio’s Key Gut Health Program
At MedStudio, we understand the importance of treating and reversing your unhealthy gut by building a personalized treatment plan just for you. We provide a revolutionary and safe program that combines food sensitivity testing, IV drip therapy, and natural hormone therapy to reverse your damaged gut and give you back your energy for life.
Don’t continue to struggle with gut-related problems. Contact us, today, to set up your free consultation.