Keeping Your Guts In Best Shape Ever #AMCoffee

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There are strange ways that people are trying to achieve changes in their lives – without either doing nothing about it or undertaking such drastic measures that it becomes dangerous for their well-being.

We don’t need to be of superior powers to make our lives enjoyable. And that comes with a peaceful sense of who we are. It comes with a good feeling about ourselves. And yes, it does stream from from the inside or out guts – our health domain where incredible things are happening to make our bodies to hum and enjoy life. Gut Health is one of your and my priorities. And if you’ve been ignoring your bellies where magic hasn’t been happening from your perspective, hei, here’s a kind reminder to all of us to do something – tiny step – in changing it.

Our good gut flora is exceptionally important in building our immune system and allowing our bodies to develop all the strength and resilience to many pathogens from the outside world. Having Good Guts is our Top Priority. Scroll down to comments to remind yourself how blessed we are to have this ability to digest food and gain the energy and benefits that come with it.

Probiotics can be your great help in building a healthy environment in your gut area. There are foods that are amazing to enjoy every day for your healthy guts. And for those who need some extra help – there excellent probiotic supplements.

Scroll down to comments area to remind yourself and even learn new things why probiotics are your best friend!

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  1. Laura at AMCoffee says

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    “Many” Does Not Mean Indestructible

    Each of us is host to roughly 100 trillion bacteria, they live inside us and on every inch of our skin!

    However, the good bacterial needs to maintain a healthy balance with the bad bacteria that naturally co-exists with it.

    For gut’s good balance, eat a lot of fiber and probiotics. Fiber is the food for pre-biotics, the food that our good gut bacteria feed on!

    Consuming fermented foods has a huge benefit in strengthening out immune system!

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    Digestive System Independent of the Entire Body? NO!

    If the vagus nerve, which connects the brain and the digestive system is cut, the digestive system will still function perfectly on its own. This is why the digestive system is also called the “second brain.”

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    99% of the DNA in your body is microbial DNA, only 1% is human DNA!

    Your digestive system, if laid out, would cover the length of a tennis court.

    Traveler’s diarrhea affects up to 50% of healthy travelers. Do you know why?

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    Important gut bacteria passes from mother to child through natural birth and breast milk.

    This one calls for a hug attention of moms-to-be! Building your own gut flora, i.e., immune system, starts way before getting pregnant. During pregnancy it is important to maintain good flora inside your gut, so it will pass on to your new-born baby.

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    Maintaining Good/Bad Gut Flora Balance

    The ratio of good to bad bacteria can be distributed by eating highly processed, sterilized, and pasteurized foods.

    Take a look at the AMCoffee where we discussed how EMULSIFIERS effect good gut flora!

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    Allergies are a hallmark of an imbalance in the gut bacteria.

    80% of the antibiotics sold in the U.S. are given to livestock – you are what you eat!
    Opt out for more ORGANIC, non-processed foods.

    Check out our previous discussions on AM Coffee for a good reminder of allergies and their prevention:

    Allergy Triggers

    Allergies in Kids

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    Antibiotics & Your Gut Flora

    80% of the antibiotics sold in the U.S. are given to livestock – you are what you eat!
    Opt out for more ORGANIC, non-processed foods.

    Check out some more of unexpected ingredients in our food supply.

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    Your Emotions Are Coming From Your Gut

    95% of your serotonin is located in your intestinal tract, which is why people feel strong emotions in their gut as well as their minds – What’s Your Gut Feeling?

    When there’s a dis-balance and hurt in that area, there could be a disruption in a natural flow of how a person reacts and listens to her/his gut. Healthy gut flora allows us not only digest properly, but strengthen our immune system overall, feel better in body and emotionally as well.

    As we see, our bodies are a perfect and beautiful vessel for anything we want, need in our lives.

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