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What is the Gut Microbiome?

The gut is your gastrointestinal sysytem and includes your stomach, intestines and colon. It digests and absorbs nutrients from the food and excretes waste. The gut microbiome includes good and bad bacteria both, we need a ratio of both where in the good bacteria is in a larger ration than the bad.
What is the Gut Microbiome?

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How does the gut microbiome affect your health?

The enormous complexity of the gut and its relevance to our overall health is a growing area of medical research. Several studies over the last few decades have discovered correlations between intestinal health and:

A higher degree of variety in gut bacteria may be linked to better health. While study is ongoing, it appears that gut health affects many aspects of your health and well-being.

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Many factors influence the gut microbiota, including: Diet, environment, antibiotic usage, stress, and sleep genetics. Each of these components differs across individuals, altering their gut microbiomes in distinct ways. Individuals’ gut microbiomes differ as a result of this variance.

Fasting appears to enhance the gut microbiota, while additional human study is needed. Fasting was associated with decreased levels of a bacterium that causes colorectal cancer in a small 2019 trial of 16 persons.

Fasting has also been shown to be beneficial in animal studies. A 2018 research on fruit flies discovered that intermittent fasting improved intestinal health and increased lifespan. Another 2019 study on mice found that fasting increased the development of good gut bacteria and decreased inflammation in the intestines.

Some research has revealed that probiotics have little effect on the gut microbiota. Another study, however, shows that probiotics may have a major influence on the nature of the gut microbiota and positively impact other aspects of health, such as immunity.

Studies are still going on.