Maintaining Gut Health is one of the simplest ways you can all improve your overall health and wellbeing, but WHY this is so important?
70% of our immune system is produced in the gut
The pandemic made us all so much more aware of our day-to-day health and how very precious it is, but most of us don’t know that the gut is where most of our immunity is produced! By eating a well-balanced diet filled with plenty of vegetables, limiting processed foods and keeping well hydrated we can keep our guts functioning well, if we add in a really good quality pre and probiotic such as Regul8, we can also help to tip the balance towards the beneficial gut bacteria and make sure our immune system is in tip top condition.
90% of your serotonin is produced in the Gut
Serotonin is our happy hormone and almost entirely created in our guts! If you want to improve your mood and your overall mental health it is a good idea to consider the health of your guts – Crazy as it seems, if your gut microbiome is unbalanced it can lead anxiety and depression. Regul8’s Relax formulation was created to help keep you calm and keep the stress out of your guts lowing your natural serotonin to do it’s thing!
There is 400 times more Melatonin produced in the gut than in the brain
Melatonin is the sleepy hormone – we all need a good night’s sleep and without it we simply don’t function properly, if your sleep pattern is off, it’s hard to function properly, you’ll feel more stressed and eat all the wrong foods. A healthy gut will keep producing the melatonin and will help regulate sleep patterns – team this with healthy choices such as regular bed and wake times and you will start to feel better with more energy.
Allergies can be helped with a healthy gut
Did you know that we can minimise the symptoms of an allergic reaction by maintaining a healthy gut? Diversity it the gut microbiome is incredibly important to its overall effectiveness, in short, the more exposure our bodies have to a variety of micro-organisms the lower our risk of developing allergies.
An unhealthy gut will lead to unhealthy skin
You can spend as much as you want on expensive creams Beauty is more than skin deep, if your gut is not functioning properly, it is highly likely that it will present as skin issues. Skin inflammation more often than not starts in the gut and skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, acne and rosacea are almost always gut related. You can temporarily treat them topically but getting to the root cause of the problem will be the only way to cure it.
Your gut is your second brain!
Gut instinct is real – our guts are full of brain like neurons and neurotransmitters, and it really can help influence our judgement. Primarily this second ‘brain’ managed the digestive system independently, however it is in constant communication with the brain in our skull. This is an area of medical science that is ever evolving, but think about that feeling of ‘butterflies’ in your tummy when you are anticipating something or of being ‘sick to your stomach’ when something doesn’t work out – that is your second brain speaking up and it is why anxiety, nerves and even depression can be managed through good gut health.
Your gut is affected by the toxic environment in which we live…
Today, we live in an increasingly urbanised environment, and this brings so many more toxins into our lives than ever before, overuse of antibiotics, processed foods and the chemicals we encounter in every day life can contaminate our gut microbiome, leaving it unbalanced, this is why it’s more important than ever to control the environmental elements we are exposed to and keep our guts healthy.
“All disease begins in the Gut”
A famous quote attributed to the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates nearly 2500 years ago – he wasn’t wrong! Everything we eat or drink or expose ourselves to either feeds disease or fights it. Our digestive tract forms a defensive barrier and will prevent harmful substances from reaching the bloodstream. If this barrier is compromised, then harmful substances can get past, and inflammation could occur causing disease.
You are what you absorb not what you eat!
The real goodness from your food is absorbed through the walls of your digestive system – If your gut is damaged and unable to absorb you won’t get the goodness out of your food – it won’t matter how many leafy greens you eat! The Regul8 Digestive Tune Up uses a three step Weed, Feed and Seed process to rid your guts of all the bad stuff, nurture the lining of the digestive tract and provide nourishment for the bacteria making sure your guts are functioning properly and benefitting from all that good food you are eating!
1 in 3 people have low stomach acid
Most people think that reflux is caused by too much stomach acid, in fact it’s the total opposite! Reflux is one of the most common health issues Doctors prescribe drugs for, we can all easily make positive changes to improve the acidic levels in our gut ridding us of the awful discomfort caused by reflux!
Regul8 is a herbal-based three step process that cleanses, soothes and repairs the gastro-intestinal system. It removes unwanted and unhealthy organisms, soothes existing irritations, and aids sustainable gut health.
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