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The complexity of the gut and its importance to our health is a topic of increasing research in the medical community. Many studies in the past two decades have demonstrated links between gut health and the immune system, mood, mental health, autoimmune diseases, endocrine disorders, and skin conditions. Share the images in this vibrant bundle to help educate your followers on the importance of gut health.

Inside The Bundle

The Gut Health Bundle includes 20 beautiful pieces of visual content:

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  1. Why Gut Health Matters
    Energy – a healthy gut can naturally boost energy levels
    WeightManagement – gut health can help support and maintain a healthy weight
    Skin – good gut health can lead to a long-lasting, glowing complexion
    Digestion – bloating, gas and poor digestion are signs of poor gut health
    Mental Health – good mood, brain and mental health are linked to a healthy gut
  2. 9 Top Foods For Gut Health
    1. Garlic: Prebiotic, Antiviral, Antifungal
    2. Leeks: Prebiotic, Antioxidant
    3. Onions: Prebiotic, Antioxidant
    4. Jicama: Prebiotic
    5. Kale: Prebiotic, Antioxidant
    6. Sunchokes: Prebiotic
    7. Bone Broth: Healing
    8. Turmeric: Antioxidant
    9. Capers: Prebiotic, Antioxidant
  3. The Gastrointestinal Tract – Our Second Brain
    – 100 Trillion microorganisms live in your intestines and communicate with the brain
    – In a healthy gut, the “bad” bacteria struggle to flourish
    – 70% of the body’s immune system can be found in the digestive tract
    – The gut processes food and produces vitamins, enzymes, fatty acids and more
    Research foods that promote good gut health and incorporate them into your diet!
  4. Gut Health
    Good Bacteria – Escherichia Coli, Bifidobacteria, Lactobacilli
    Bad Bacteria – Clostridium Difficile, Enterococcus Faecalis, Campylobacter
  5. Leaky Gut Affects The Whole Body
    Sinus And Mouth – Frequent Colds Food Sensitives
    Adrenals – Fatigue
    Joints – Rheumatoid, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Headaches
    Brain – Depression, Anxiety, ADHD
    Skin – Acne,Eczema, Rosacea, Psoriasis
    Thyroid – Hashimoto’s, Hypothyroidism, Graves
    Colon – Constipation, Diarrhea, IBD
  6. “All Disease Begins in the Gut.” – Hippocrates
  7. 70% of your serotonin is made in your gut. What’s going on in your gut is going to affect your mood anxiety, depression, and focus. – Dr Frank Lipman
  8. Gut Health – Microbiome, Stress Management, Immunity & Genetics, Mental & Emotional Health, Sleep & Exercise, Diet
  9. 85% Good Bacteria, 15% Bad Bacteria – a healthy bacteria balance means that the good bacteria overpower the bad bacteria
  10. Your first brain / your second brain – love your gut!
  11. “Gut health Is the key to overall health” – Kris Carr
  12. Gut-Brain Axis (diagram)
  13. “Your genetics is the gut and the environment is the trigger.” – Mark Hyman
  14. Heal Yourgut With Blue, Violet & Purple Fruits & Vegetables
    Black Radish, Cainito, Figs, Purple, Grapes, Blueberries, Plum, Black Currants, Purple Asparagus, Kohlrabi, Blackberries, Eggplant, Black Carrot, Elderberries, Mulberry, Blue Potato, Purple Peppers, Black Cherry, Purple Cabbage, Purple Onion, Purple Beans.
  15. Bristol Stool Chart
    Type 1 – Separate hard lumps = Severe Constipation
    Type 2 – Lumpy and sausage-like = Mild Constipation
    Type 3 – A sausage shape with cracks in the surface = Normal
    Type 4 – Like a smooth, soft sausage or snake = Normal
    Type 5 – Soft blob with clear-cut edges = Lacking Fibre
    Type 6 – Mushy consistency with ragged edges = Mild Diarrhoea
    Type 7 – Liquid consistency with no solid pieces = Severe Diarrhoea
  16. What is the Gut? You are what you absorb!
    Supported by: the liver stomach gallbladder pancreas
    The gateway between the outside and your insides
    “I’m only 1 cell thick”
    Small intestine – 6m (Huh? Yeah it’s curled up!)
    Large intestine – 1.5m
    Mouth –– Food Pipe –– Small & Large Intestines –– Bum
  17. Anxiety And The Gut
    Neurotransmitters:
    Serotonin – happiness, linked to the body clock and anxiety (if levels low). made mostly in the gut, utilised by the brain.
    Gaba – calming, moderates anxiety, made in brain and gut. Gaba receptors in the brain and the gut, low levels increase the risk of anxiety.
    Dopamine – motivator, pleasure, memory, mood and sleep, produces in the gut, low levels increase risk of anxiety.
    Amygdala may be influenced by your gut microbiome – more activity here may increase the risk of anxiety.
    Chemically connected by neurotransmitters. neurotransmitters. play a key role in regulating the gut.
    Disrupted gut microbiome increases risk of anxiety – Gut bacteria produce butyrate – optimal butyrate levels associated with a lower risk of anxiety.
  18. Leaky Gut Conditions
    Reflux/GERD
    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
    Candida Overgrowth
    Bloating, Gas Diarrhea
    Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO)
    Autoimmune Conditions
    Food Intolerances
  19. Unhealthy Food / Healthy Food
    How do you want to feel most of your time?
    Food choice is in your hands.
  20. Tips To Keep Yourgut Healthy This
    1. Balance your gut flora with probiotics
    2. Support digestion with enzymes
    3. Stay regular with enough fiber
    4. Hydrate your cells and body with water