The gut–brain axis is a bidirectional communication system between the central nervous system (CNS) and the GI tract. Regulation of the microbiota–brain–gut axis is essential for maintaining homeostasis, including that of the CNS.
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In recent years a good deal of research has focused on the association between the diversity of our gut bacteria (or microbiome) and overall health.
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To keep your gut health in check, try to be consistent with sleep, meal timing and food volume, your gut microbes will — hopefully — thank you for getting them safely through the holidays and off to a good start in the new year.
Because of the presence of bacteria and other microorganisms in your gastrointestinal system, it plays an enormous role in how we feel.
It’s also home to about 70% of our immune system!
Maintaining a balance of “good” bacteria is essential to proper digestion and overall health.
Bloating is uncomfortable and unsightly, it’s something that we all suffer with from time to time and something that can be linked to an array of digestive disorders. It can also be caused by food intolerance's, a build-up of digestive gases, and over-consumption of low quality foods.