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Gut dysbiosis – part 3 – what to do about it

In the previous two posts, we’ve looked at what gut dysbiosis is and how it can lead to a number of health conditions.

Let’s now look at how to re-balance the gut microbiome and prevent the negative effects of gut dysbiosis.

Your genetic makeup as well as other factors such as how you were born (by caesarian for example) all influence the development of your gut microbiome. However, diet and lifestyle have a much greater impact on the composition of your gut bacteria than anything else.1https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9321451/

With this in mind, here are ways to improve your gut health!

The aim is to replenish the gut with an abundance of friendly bacteria, increase microbial diversity and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. The goal is to build a resilient community of microbes that can withstand the effects of modern living. To do this, we recommend a gut-health protocolKefir, Prebiotics and Collagen:

If you’d like to read more on this, check out these articles on our blog – Signs of an unhappy gut – and what you can do about it!, Biofilm – The Beauty and the Beast, Meet your very own commensal bacteria!

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