Does a Healthy Digestive System Mean Good Overall Health?

Does a Healthy Digestive System Mean Good Overall Health?

Have you heard of the phrase “you are what you eat”? Experts say that your overall health can be greatly affected by the type of food you choose to eat. For example, eating too much fast food and processed food can result to high cholesterol levels.

These food items may even increase your blood pressure and put you at risk of developing cardiovascular conditions. If you are not getting enough nutrients, like fiber, you may also have digestive problems like constipation and bloating.

Your Digestive Health Reflects Your Overall Health

Aside from what you eat, the condition of your digestive system may also reflect your overall health. Sure, you may be eating healthy foods but if nutrients are not absorbed properly, you’ll still have a difficult time staying healthy.

Don’t just eat good food. Make sure to supplement your diet with probiotics and prebiotics. These will help improve digestive health. Probiotics are good bacteria your body needs to fight off infection caused by harmful microorganisms. Prebiotics are food probiotics need to thrive in your gut.

These good bacteria also help against yeast infections, prevent colds and flu, manage eczema and help speed up treatment for infections in the intestines.


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