Well-Being for Moms

The genetic material from our microbiome outnumbers our own human genetic material by multiple hundreds of times

 

Our microbial friends are largely residing within our GI tract, especially within the intestines.

 

Whatever is or isn't happening within our gastrointestinal tract hugely affects the overall functioning of our body and all its systems including neural and mental.

 

Hippocrates understood it 2500 years ago with his quote "All disease begins in the gut". 

 

Keeping you microbiome balanced and healthy is a must if you want to live life of vitality, fertility, ease and longevity. In functional medicine we understand the importance of the gut and the interactive nature of different bodily systems.

 

Are your everyday dietary and lifestyle choices in line with the effects you wish to create downstream?

 

 

 

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