How Does Diet And Lifestyle Affect Gut Bacteria?
What is the significant relationship between your dna and gut health, and how is your own personalized gut bacteria affected by your dna and can it be manipulated by the bacteria of others?
Looking a bit more about fecal transplants, we understand that the purpose is to take healthy gut bacteria and microbes from one human and implant them into another more damaged gut to see if it can be repaired. But how does this affect the DNA of both and whether it can be healthy for the recipient. The first part to discus the short term versus the long term effects. Here we'll discuss applications.
DNA And Gut Bacteria
The Science Of DNA In Gut Bacteria
So what exactly is a fecal transplant? When you pass bacterial filled feces from one person to another is gut bacteria affected by the dna?
In the age of strong gut health, there is a very unique topic that should at least be mentioned, which is fecal transplants of gut bacteria. Now, I realize this might be a little cringe worthy but once you understand that probiotics assist in removing bad bacteria and toxins from a bowel movement you'll realize this isn't so far fetched.
Improve Digestion And Lose Weight
When you improve digestion, you will naturally lose weight. Better digestion can help you to lose weight and be at your healthiest.
It's been scientifically proven that when you have good digestion and your body eliminates what it needs, it also means you'll be at a good weight. In this podcast episode, I share my thoughts on if you want to lose weight focus on digestion and go into detail why your weight gain isn't hereditary.
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How To Stimulate Bowel Movement
There is a correlation between bowel movements and probiotics. It's often asked do probiotics cause bowel movements? Understanding that there is a physiological reason why when someone consumes probiotics or eats fermented foods why probiotics cause bowel movements.
Today I'm going to be talking about probiotics, and bowel movements. I know, great stuff. But, inevitably, people do ask when they take probiotics, or drink kombucha, or kefir. They end up going to the bathroom, and they want to know the reasons why. They think that it's a laxative, or maybe have questions associated with that, and I'm here to tell you that probiotics are not a laxative. Their main job, their main physiological function is to go in and break up sugars and starches in your body.
Digestive Enzymes Help You Lose Weight
What are probiotics and what are enzymes and why are they important for you? Are there any side effects of taking digestive enzymes? Is there a way you can tell if you need digestive enzymes?
If you picture the way that you eat in your digestive system, picture it just as one long tube. On the inside of that tube are these little like toothbrush type bristles that line all of inside of the tube. Now, those are the probiotics and as you eat foods, what happens is the food travels down that tube and those little villi, those probiotics, secrete enzymes which, then, in turn, helps to break down the food so that you can use the vitamins and minerals and nutrients from those foods.
How Long Does It Take To Lose Weight With Probiotics?
It's amazing what our gut bacteria and microbiome can do. When it comes to those extra pounds, the gut bacteria may cause and fight disease and obesity, but how long does it take for probiotics to help you lose weight? Taking a step back you have to understand exactly how your weight is affected by the unbalanced biome of our bellies. The bottom line is whether digestive issues can cause weight gain? How could it?
Healthy Snacking For Weight Loss
How To Stop Snacking Between Meals
Is there a way to accomplish healthy snacking for weight loss? Healthy snacks in between meals and snacking are those words that bring up happiness to most people. Happiness in the sense that I don't know too many people that get upset when they feel they have to snack... snacks satisfies, right? But what happens when those snacks don't really accomplish what it is supposed to do, mainly satisfy the regulation of hormones associated with foods. To read more, listen to, or download this podcast, click the link.
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