Balanced Gut Bacteria Linked to Good Health by Health Nutrition News in Recent Video
In a new video from Health Nutrition News they detail the benefits received from balancing gut bacteria and its effect on improved overall health and weight loss.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
In this video the experts from Health Nutrition News introduce viewers to probiotics (good bacteria) that live in the gut of people. Additionally, they discuss how maintaining the ideal ratio of “good bacteria” (known as probiotics) to “bad bacteria” is now gaining recognition as perhaps the single most important step a person can take to protect their health and further along their fat loss goals.
The video on healthy gut flora educates its audience to the dangers an unbalanced gut flora can cause such as: decreased energy, slowed metabolism, indigestion, acid reflux, and overall sickness to name a few. Unfortunately, due to lifestyle and environmental factors, the vast majority of the population is severely lacking when it comes to good probiotic bacteria, throwing their gut flora ratio completely out of whack.
Health Nutrition News also expresses how the G.I. tract is much more than a digestion center; in fact, it is quite literally a second brain as well as being “home” to 80% of the immune system. Furthermore the new video discusses foods, like yogurt and fermented foods, which can contribute good bacteria to the gut.
However it is also noted that the probiotics provided from these foods most likely won’t satisfy all the body’s probiotic needs. The gut is host to thousands of different strains of bacteria (yogurt typically contains three), and while quantity is important, diversity is also key.
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Download a free copy today and get a balanced gut bacteria for good health or take time to catch another recent video from Health Nutrition News titled 4 healthy carbs for weight loss which teaches how to regulate blood sugar levels naturally through making proper food choices.
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