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35. Top Gut Killers

Episode Summary

Gut killers wipe out your healthy microbiome and create a long list of problems, including gas, bloating, indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, headaches, joint pain, diarrhea, depression, and brain fog. In this episode, I share three common things people do to themselves that are wreaking havoc on their gut and health. But before I do, I want to make sure you understand the incredible world that lives in your belly.

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Key Takeaways To Tune In For

  • [01:21] The intestine has a surface area of about 3,000 to over 4,000 Square feet

  • [02:46] Your intestines contain a massive amount of organisms 

  • [04:18] What is intestinal dysbiosis and how it can affect you

  • [05:20] Symptoms of intestinal dysbiosis

  • [07:17] How medications can cause intestinal dysbiosis

  • [12:06] Food that can cause acid reflux 

  • [13:04] How common medications such as ibuprofen and Tylenol cause intestinal problems

  • [16:00] How your diet controls your gut microbiome

  • [17:00] The best diet you can follow for a healthy gut 

  • [18:00] How stress affects gut health

  • [19:10] Two categories of stress you should focus on

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