Figuring out what is best for your gut health can be a journey, but you have to take the steps towards a healthier lifestyle for your overall health.  It can be overwhelming to research best practices for improving your gut health.  Most of the articles you’ve probably searched on google all say to do various diets or eat this and don’t eat that.  The fact remains that each of our bodies is different, and digestive systems respond differently. I’ve gone through periods where I experienced extreme gas or indigestion. I’ve gone through periods of feeling heavy and stopped up – you know what I mean there.  When I start to experience tummy pains accompanied by other uncomfortable symptoms, I make modifications accordingly.  

Here are some steps that I’ve taken to achieve better gut health: 

Incorporate a probiotic.

Incorporate a probiotic.  According to the NIH, “Probiotics are live microorganisms that are intended to have health benefits when consumed or applied to the body. They can be found in yogurt and other fermented foods, dietary supplements, and beauty products.

I use  @gardenoflife Dr. Formulated Women’s Once Daily Probiotics. In just one capsule a day, I get 50 billion CFUs and 16 raw probiotics strains. This unique formula is exclusively designed to support women’s health, including digestive and immune. I’ve noticed a distinct difference in my bowels’ regularity, my energy levels, and more.

Eat a balanced diet with low sugar.   

According to Healthline, “High amounts of refined sugars, particularly high-fructose corn syrup, have been linked to increased inflammation in the body. Inflammation can be the precursor to a number of diseases and even cancers.” I recently cut out sugar, and am currently going on month 3 without it. I’m feeling much better.

Try to lower your stress levels. 

I’ve recently been meditating more to reduce my stress levels.  I can always tell the difference when I’ve done what I need to do to relax my body.  Help your body calm down through resting, exercise, or however it responds best.

There are so many other tips, but I’m sure you are busy trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, so start with these three options, especially incorporating a probiotic.  Help prepare your immune system for the fight!  You can find the probiotics that I’ve been taking here.

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