Gut issues like constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, IBS, Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis are related to the presence or lack of certain gut bacteria. The overproduction of gas in the intestinal tract is related to an imbalance of gut bugs, poor digestion, leaky gut, eating too fast and lack of digestive enzymes. The foods you prefer and the way you break them down has a lot to do with your gut bug population. Your chances of becoming obese, developing diabetes and having kidney stones are connected to the types of bugs in your gut. In this episode Doc J breaks down why testing your gut bacteria can help you to manage your current gut issues while you prevent others from developing.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:


• How gut bug imbalances cause obesity & diabetes
• Why having certain gut bugs causes IBS
• How your diet promotes specific gut bug growth
• Why you want to know the connection between your gut conditions and microbiome

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Resources From This Episode:

UBiome – Smart Gut – Gut Bug Testing
Ubiome – Smart Jane Testing – Vaginal Microbes
Ubiome – Explorer Testing – Learn about your microbiome

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