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Our gut is home to millions of good and bad bacteria living in symbiosis, and gut microbiome refers to the balance of these microorganisms living in the digestive tract.

Although the sound of bacteria living in the gut can be scary, having these bacteria is incredibly beneficial to not only gut health, but also vital to improve the overall quality of life. 


Gut health refers to these balances of good versus harmful bacteria in the stomach, allowing for the digestive system's proper functioning.


Leaky Gut Syndrome


Leaky gut syndrome" is said to have symptoms including bloating, gas, cramps, food sensitivities, aches and pains.

Some researchers are now proving the relation between the gut and immune system. In fact, recent studies show that the gut is our “biggest immune system organ”.


A disrupted gut microbiome can weaken the epithelial cells and loosen the junctions. When the intestinal barrier widens, it can cause other substances such as undigested food particles, bacteria, and toxins to leak into the bloodstream. Consequently, an inflammatory immune response can get triggered, leading to autoimmune disease and other digestive disorders due to the changes in the digestive system's normal function.


How to Know If You Have a Leaky Gut?


Some common symptoms, you may look out for are:

  • Chronic Diarrhea

  • Constipation

  • Bloating

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

  • Autoimmune Diseases

  • Widespread inflammation (leading to joint pain and skin issues such as rashes, Eczema, and Rosacea)


Treatments that can help:

  1. Hydrogen Therapy

  2. Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna

  3. Negative Ion Energizer

  4. Probiotics (supplementation)

  5. Hydro Therapy

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