Take THIS test if you have gut problems

Everyone knows the common symptoms of a GI system in distress.

Gas, bloating, constipation, abdominal pain… and dreaded diarrhea.

But when your digestive system is out-of-whack, it could show up in ways you might never connect to your gut.

Like skin problems…

Did you know your gut plays an important role in maintaining a proper immune function?

And when your digestive system isn’t functioning as it should, it could throw off the your immune system, creating inflammation.

Essentially, a dysfunctional intestinal barrier (your gut) could result in inflammation in your exterior barrier… your skin.

Skin inflammation can lead to skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, and psoriasis.

Another way to mentally test if you have digestive problems is by asking yourself if you experience foul mood.

If you’ve been feeling tired, anxious, stressed, or generally blue, your digestive system might be to blame.

You see, your gut creates feel-good chemicals like GABA, dopamine and serotonin.

But if your GI system is out-of-balance, those “happy” chemicals” won’t get produced as needed, throwing your mood off.

Another way to test your gut is by asking yourself if your weight has changed suddenly – either up or down – without explanation, it could be related to your gut health too.

That’s because your brain and your gut function together to signal if you’re hungry or full.

But if your gut health is compromised, and your brain and gut can’t get on the same page, weight gain or loss can occur.

In many cases, restoring balance to an out-of-whack digestive system is relatively easy.

First thing I always recommend is to avoid sugar.

Bad bacteria LOVE sugar.

Reducing, or even better eliminating, sugar cuts off the food supply the “bad guys” need thrive.

Adding probiotics to your diet can also help.

Probiotics are the “good” bacteria that live in your gut.

They help guide your digestion, extract nutrients from your food, and help you convert food into fuel.

Fermented foods like yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut and miso are loaded with probiotics that can restore a healthy balance to your GI system.

And if you can’t get enough probiotics from your diet, taking a quality probiotic supplement each day helps to ensure your system gets the beneficial bacteria it needs to bring it back in balance. Take a look at my top recommendation, right here.

Digestive problems can really be a pain in the tush, the skin, the head, and the waist.

But with a few dietary modifications you can fix an out-of-whack gut and start experiencing lasting relief from all those unpleasant, and surprising, symptoms.

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