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🥀🍒🧨 Jul 13
Gut health IS SO IMPORTANT. Did y’all know serotonin is originally made in our guts and then msgs shoot up to our brain from there?! Google the gut/brain axis. Our moods are directly relative to the health of our gut.
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Bethany 🍄 Jul 11
Heyyyo everybody! Decided to give Twitter a shot to meet likeminded Individuals.. where are my hippies and health nuts at?! 💓
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Samantha Acker 9h
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Dr Paul Kasenene Jul 7
Foods that have fermentable fibres such as onions, garlic, pickles, leeks,bananas & asparagus are particularly good for . These fibers fuel the growth of beneficial gut bacteria that help to make our gut healthier. They also help with blood sugar and cholesterol control
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TheHealthyRD Jul 12
When thinking about immunity, we should think about where our immune system starts:our gut. Over 70% of immunity is dictated by gut function and the food and nutrients we get. Learn more here: system
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Leaky Gut Fix Jul 13
Poor is responsible for up to 90% of chronic health symptoms and conditions!
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FunctionalGutClinic 2h
🚨 ⛔ Myth #2: If you're slim, your gut is healthy. ⛔ 🚨 An unbalanced microbiome is often marked by low-grade inflammation - so while other factors, from your environment to genetics play a role, gut inflammation is the most influential factor.
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RD2RD Marketplace 21h
Why is so important? So many reasons! From your system to your , your gut is working hard for you. Are you treating it right?
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Dynamiko Food Ingredients Jul 12
Probiotics are the ideal way to give your immune system a boost currently - either manufacture the Yoghurt or drink them out of the packet. Technical questions email Retha - sales@dynamiko.co.za
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Hormonely 19h
Probiotics help build your gut microbiome overall, but research is showing that certain species and strains are good for certain issues.🌟 Some may even help lessen anxiety and boost your mood. Check in for tomorrow's post for more. ✨
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Kristen Jakobitz Jul 12
Your bacteria help you digest food, provide essential nutrients, enzymes and and importantly, manage your . But they can only do all this if your is in balance.
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Hormonely Jul 13
We've all been here: butterflies, or tummy troubles, when we're anxious or nervous. But the brain and GI system communicate, and just like your brain can send distress signals to your belly, the health of your GI tract can influence your psychological health too.
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Ixcela 11h
Include foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids to support your 🧠! Omega-3 fatty acids support serotonin levels which help with regulating sleep, mood, behavior, and initiating digestive processes.
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LionHeartSupplements Jul 14
Fun Fact Tuesday! Some 95 percent of your body’s serotonin, that marvelous mood molecule that antidepressant drugs like Prozac keep in your body, can be found in the gut. So, it’s no wonder that diet, medications, and antibiotics can wreak havoc on one’s mood.
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julia marriott RD Jul 13
The boys are taking this very seriously, I’m sure we’ll run out of variety by the end of the week though if I don’t go shopping. Cannellini bean & basil dip with veg & pitta bread.
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WellHumans 24h
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Velvet Cloud Jul 11
Good morning Mayo .Fresh fruit smoothis 😁😍
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The Gut Choice Jul 12
CAN YOU HELP? What content would you like to see more of on Twitter? Please comment or just answer a, b, c, d, e, f. This will help me to provide more relevant, enjoyable and useful content for you and your tummy! 😀
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GANTTCBDTEAM Jul 12
Stress is not only harmful for your mental health but can also take a toll on your gut health. Experts say it can be just as dangerous to your gut as eating junk food.
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steve jewell 8h
My fav summer salad/coleslaw... tart,. colorful & crunchy...
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