Did you know that our gut microbiome contains more bacteria than there are cells in the human body?
This is why we have to take care of our gut microbiome because it impacts our immune system and mental health.
Watch the video to find out how you can improve your gut microbiome and live a healthier life!
As you can see, the gut microbiome plays a critical role in our overall health and well-being. In fact, recent research has shown that the gut microbiome is closely connected to the brain, and that the health of our gut can directly impact our mental health and overall well-being.
Unfortunately, many factors can disrupt the delicate balance of our gut microbiome, including antibiotics, chemotherapy, and processed foods. These can all lead to an overgrowth of bad bacteria, which can contribute to a variety of health issues.
To maintain a healthy gut microbiome, it’s important to focus on nourishing our bodies with whole, unprocessed foods that are rich in fiber and nutrients. This can help to promote the growth of good bacteria, which can help to support our overall health and well-being.
In addition to eating a healthy diet, it’s also important to be mindful of the other factors that can impact our gut health. This includes reducing our intake of sugar and processed foods, and being mindful of the medications we take. By taking care of our gut microbiome, we can help to support our overall health and well-being.
About Kathryn White, Holistic Cancer Coach:
It was 2015 when Kathryn was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer, undergoing surgeries and chemotherapies, she knew her life would never be the same, and that it was time for change she left her job as an elementary school teacher to heal herself that was when she decided she also wanted to help others with cancer prevention and overall healthy lifestyle changes.
If you or someone you know is facing cancer, Kathryn is available to provide individual coaching and support to help you heal and stay strong. Her wealth of knowledge and experience, combined with her commitment to helping others, make her an invaluable resource for anyone facing cancer.