Inflammation and Gut Health

Inflammation is your body’s way of pointing out that something’s wrong. While some signs of inflammation are easier to tend to, there are other times when it’s not as easy to detect. Particularly with gut inflammation, you may face all kinds of conditions that don’t necessarily signal you have an unhealthy gut and may spend years tending to symptoms while ignoring the underlying cause. 

Do you think this may be happening to you? Read on to find out more about gut health and what you can do to reduce inflammation! 

Inflammation and Gut Health

Is my gut unhealthy?

From acne to upset stomach, fatigue, food intolerances, constipation and blood sugar fluctuations, all sorts of medical conditions may be your body’s way of telling you to look at your gut health. It’s important to take a close look with a medical professional and get to the root of what you are experiencing. 

What can I do to have a healthier gut?

Because it is linked to so many systems of the body, to reduce gut inflammation you’re going to have to do more than just flip a switch, it is part of a healthy approach to lifestyle and diet that can help you regain control of your gut health.

1. Lifestyle choices

These lifestyle choices go further than just your gut health, they are part of a healthy existence. Reducing stress, sleeping well and being physically active are the pillars of a healthy lifestyle. These choices also help you have better routines and make better choices regarding the other main aspect of gut health: diet and nutrient intake.

2. Diet

An anti-inflammatory diet includes a balanced approach to eating. This means including anti-inflammatory and fibrous foods and nutrients such as fruits and vegetables and reducing intake of inflammatory and trigger foods and drinks. Hint, we are talking about you: alcohol and refined carbohydrates. For some, it includes gluten as this intolerance often affects gut health and microbiome balance. Including supplements with anti-inflammatory herbs and spices such as turmeric and ginger, is also a great way to support gut health. You can easily incorporate these into your everyday diet by making your own right at home using our empty capsules

Inflamation and gut health

3. Microbiome health and probiotics

We all have bacteria living within our bodies. The gut microbiome is that “bacteria ecosystem” that should be balanced to achieve not only gut health but also overall health and mental well-being. To achieve a healthy gut, we must try to get a balanced gut flora that helps the digestive system  perform better. This is sensitive to our diet and our nutrient intake, which is why it is essential that your body gets probiotics and other vital nutrients to combat inflammation. Some supplements may aid in this process. These include prebiotics, probiotics, vitamins B and D, omega 3, and magnesium. 

4. Healing from the inside

Reducing inflammation is a top health concern. When left unchecked, it can lead to harmful effects on our bodies and our immune system, leading the way towards illness, disorders and chronic conditions. To get set on a path towards balance and health, we recommend covering the basics like healthy diet and lifestyle choices, while working towards treating your health concerns through proper nutrient intake and supplements that can help restore and balance your gut microbiome and achieve gut health. With our capsules and homemade supplements, you are on your way!

This blog provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this blog, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. 

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