Gut bacteria affect more than bloating and toilet troubles. 

It affects our immune system, hormones, disease prevention, and mental health.

When making significant judgments, we "go with our gut."

 Our gut nerves and neurotransmitters sense intuitive feelings and send them to our brain.

1. Kefir

According to studies, eating fermented foods with living cultures can boost the microbiota.

2. Green Tea

Green tea is one of the finest ways to populate gut bacteria.

3. Kombucha

Kombucha is a fizzy tea drink fermented from SCOBY and sugar.

4. Water

 Water for gut health. Most individuals don't drink enough water daily, so keep this in mind.

5. Bone Broth

Bone broth is a popular health elixir due to its vitamins and amino acids, including glycine, gelatin, glutamine, and collagen, which support a healthy gut microbiota.


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