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October 16, 2020

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99 Cent 2020Gut health is all the rage right now, with increasing evidence linking your microbiome to brain health, emotional health, cardiovascular health and more. But is your gastrointestinal tract in OK shape, or does it need a helping hand? Today, you'll look at 4 signs to look for if you have an unhealthy gut. But first...

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*-- 4 Signs of an Unhealthy Gut --*

1. Gastrointestinal issues: If you're having abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea, gas, etc. you might have a gut issue. There could be an increase in the level of harmful bacteria and fungi in the gut and a decrease in the beneficial ones and this imbalance makes it difficult to break down food.

How to fix it: Incorporate more probiotics into your diet. Plain yogurt, sauerkraut, kombucha and others will restore the balance of friendly bacteria in the gut.

2. Poor sleep: Tossing and turning all night long? Or maybe you only manage to clock in a couple of hours of shut-eye every night despite going to bed at a reasonable hour? Insomnia or disturbed sleep could be a sign that your gut health is out of whack. Here's why: The majority of serotonin is produced in the gut, and when less serotonin is produced, it can lead to difficulty sleeping.

How to fix it: According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults should be getting between seven and nine hours of sleep each night. To give yourself the best chance of a good night's slumber, be consistent about sticking to a bedtime and give yourself time to unwind before going to sleep.

3. Skin problems: Having an imbalance in our gut microbiome can lead to skin issues including acne and psoriasis as well as atopic dermatitis. That's because your gut and skin are connected, and an unbalanced gastrointestinal tract leads to inflammation-a leading cause of complexion concerns.

How to fix it: Many beauty products contain chemical ingredients that undermine the skin microbiome and immune function. To keep your complexion glowing, try choosing organic products when possible and letting your skin breathe regularly.

4. Increased anxiety and brain fog: Microbial imbalance alters certain chemicals in the brain that directly impact mood. These changes can lead to increased anxiety and depression. They may also bring about a change in eating habits, thereby causing a further imbalance of the gut.

How to fix it: People who are chronically stressed tend to have more microbiome imbalance, even when they eat a good diet. Take measures to reduce stress levels (like taking a stroll) and try not to worry too much.

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