Remember the days when you had no clue what foods were good for your #gut ? I don't know about you but ghee, bone broth, fermented veggies and marshmallow root tea weren't exactly a part of my college diet. Now I consciously choose what foods to add to a meal to make it better for my gut flora 😜😜 And I know I should care about my guts just for the sake of my guts, but since digestion related symptoms have never been my main complaint, I am more driven by my brain. You see #memoryissues and things like #Alzheimers run in my family but I am determined to do everything in my power to minimize genetics. And on just a day to day basis I love the added benefit of more energy and clearer thinking! Gut dysfunction can rapidly lead to altered levels of neurotransmitters that are designed to keep us at normal energy levels and help us have healthy mood stability. The gut is sometimes referred to the second brain...and while there are a whole bunch of jokes related to that idea, it's actually a really good thing to realize. This is because the gut has an incredibly expansive network of neurons that help with the production of important hormones such as serotonin (the “happiness hormone”) and melatonin (the “sleep hormones”), among others. For that reason, it's easy to understand why gut dysfunction can really cause neurotransmitter imbalances and lead to feelings of fatigue, low energy, and mood swings (eek!). Get the full Fatigue Fix guide (link in @digprimal profile) to start taking some important steps to help out the health of your gut and feeling better!
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