Gut Microbiome Dysfunction

The gut microbiome refers to all of the microbes in your intestines, which act as another organ that’s crucial for your health. Trillions of microbes (bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microscopic living things) exist mainly inside your intestines and on your skin. Gut microbiome plays a very important role in your health by helping control digestion, benefiting your immune system, and many other aspects of your health.

The microbiome can affect gut health, heart health, may help control blood sugar, and even benefit brain health. An imbalance of healthy and unhealthy microbes may contribute and lead to weight gain, high blood sugar, high cholesterol and other disorders. Having too many unhealthy microbes can lead to disease and the reason it is vital to have a healthy gut microbiome.  

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