How to Detox Your Gut Each Morning
How many times have you heard the saying “listen to your gut”? Your gut isn’t just good to use to see if something’s off or not right. It’s important to listen to your gut since it’s usually trying to tell you something. Have you ever experienced butterflies when you’re nervous or felt gassy or bloated after eating certain foods? We’ve all been there before, and it’s your gut’s way of telling you that something is off.
Did you know that nearly 75% of Americans are living with some sort of digestive issues? An imbalanced gut has also been linked to chronic diseases, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and Crohn’s. Because nearly everything you do impacts your gut microbiome, it’s essential to make sure your gut is in tip-top shape, from the inside out.