The other important thing to remember is that many people with no gut symptoms have other issues than can be traced back to gut imbalances. That’s because your gut microbiome and the function of your digestive system plays a huge role in absorbing the nutrients you need to thrive. When the gut is impaired it can get “leaky” and unwanted food and bacteria get into the blood where they’re not supposed to be. Your immune system then launches an attack to protect you—a host of other issues start to unravel and you don’t feel so great. You can learn more about leaky gut here.
Your brain can be deeply affected by an imbalanced gut. You may experience symptoms of brain fog, memory issues, anxiety and depression. It’s common for my clients to have brain fog, anxiety and or depression when we first start working together. With personalized self-care plans, not only does their gut improve but their brain fog and anxiety improve too.
If you’re dealing with symptoms like brain fog, anxiety or depression, let’s take a deep dive into your gut health so you can feel like yourself again. Book a complimentary consult below and tell me more.
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