Do you have Dysbiosis?
Three out of every 5 adults are in a state of DYSBIOSIS.
Oh, no! What is that?
I’ll get to Dysbiosis, but first let’s talk about your microbiome.
What is a microbiome?
Trillions of microscopic organisms (microbes) call your body home. These cool microorganisms help your body keep your immune system in tip-top shape, digest the snacks you just munched on, keep your metabolism where it should be, and balance your mood.
About 95% of those microbes live in your gut. Microbiome refers to the place in your gut where all of these very necessary microbes – bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc. – reside.
You need a well-balanced microbiome!
When your microbiome is negatively impacted, your gut microbes become imbalanced.
Think of your gut like an old western movie. The good guys and the bad guys are always fighting for control of the town. Hopefully, the good guys will stay in charge.
But what happens when the bad guys take over?
Sixty percent of adults are experiencing Dysbiosis right this second – impacting their overall health and happiness.
Are you one of them?
Sixty percent of adults are experiencing Dysbiosis right this second – impacting their overall health and happiness. Are you one of them?
Here are some of the more common symptoms of Dysbiosis:
- Frequent gas, bloating, and burping
- Digestive issues – acid reflux, diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel, upset stomach, frequent nausea
- Tiredness, low energy, and chronic fatigue
- Mental fog – difficulty thinking or concentrating
- Immune challenges – Hashimoto’s, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus, multiple sclerosis
- Weight gain or difficult weight loss
- Skin and nail concerns – acne, eczema, psoriasis, rash, redness, rosacea
- Poor mood – anxiety, depression
- Allergies and food sensitivities
- Pain – chronic chest pain, joint pain
- Chronic yeast or fungal infections
- Chronic bad breath
- And more…
Do you see yourself or a loved one on this list?
It’s up to you to create the healthiest microbiome possible for yourself.
To learn more about how your microbiome affects your health and happiness, check out the infographic below.