Gut Microbiome

Millions of bacteria and other microbes coexist with human cells in the lower intestine to form the gut microbiome. Gut microbiome supports digestion, the immune system, and brain health. Our gut microbiome starts to change throughout infancy and is influenced by genetics, delivery mode, age, stress, sickness, environment, drug usage, and diet. A few things can throw off our gut's "balance," which can cause inflammation, a key risk factor for both physical and mental health issues.

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