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.
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.
Why do probiotics help you go to the bathroom?
Many people have commented to me that they go to the bathroom after consuming probiotics or more specifically kombucha or kefir. So is this the best way to remove toxins from your colon?
In this podcast episode of The Mental Minute, I discuss why do probiotics help you go to the bathroom. I know it's not a very exciting or common topic to address, however probiotics, gut health, and bowel movements all go hand-in-hand. Listed and find out how to remove toxins from the body with a home remedy.
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What happens when you have too many probiotics? Is there ever a point when you ever have too many probiotics?
Your bodily system is delicate, so if you believe in the power of probiotics, it should be noted as to when, and if, you can have too many probiotics in your system. In this Go With Your Gut podcast, regardless of the method of consuming the good bacteria, I address the questions of, "Can I overdose on kombucha?" or "Is there such a thing as probiotic overdose?"
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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.
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.