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Below you'll find out gut health help 101 basics. 

These are some simple tweaks (and additions!) you can make to your day to day routine that your gut microbes will love. This in turn, will make for a better gut health.

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Travel induced constipation aka Travel Tummy. What causes it, and solutions on how to deal with it. Traveling often tends to cause constipation issues, bloating, and general gut discomfort. We're discussing easy over the counter solutions that anyone can take.
Finding relief from day to day stress can be easy to do once we assess the reasons why. By practicing these 10 easy ways to reduce stress, we can feel less anxiety, and feel better about daily things.

Bloating is a very common and problematic symptom in people everywhere.

Bloating is when your stomach feels swollen, usually after eating. 

When bloating in present, it can make the stomach appear larger than it normally is and carry an uncomfortable feeling. 

The definition of "bloated" is swelling or distension. It's also known as a distended belly. Aside from gas - bloating can also bring belching, abdominal discomfort, and an uncomfortable feeling of fullness. 

One in ten American's say that they experience bloating regularly, even if they haven't eaten a large meal. 

Can we take a moment to just say thank you to our livers? Dang, they really do a TON of work for our health so let's just give it up to them. It is the workhorse of your digestive system and, woah does it work hard. A liver is the size of a football and it's the second largest organ of your body (the first being the skin). More impressive than it's size, is it's functionality. Did you know that it does 500 jobs to keep the body healthy? FIVE HUNDRED. Yeah, this 3 pound organ is definitely an MVP candidate. The most important of the jobs are all metabolic. Everything that you consume, your liver filters it and decides what to do with it. 
The health of your GI system goes above and beyond an upset stomach. Your GI is responsible for digesting food, absorbing nutrients, maintaining all the good bacteria levels, celebrating proper mucus sensitivity and it even helps with your overall immune support. Your GI is even helpful in serotonin production and other nervous system actions. We’ve narrowed down our gut products to help create the ultimate trio of products to help you get and maintain a healthy gut. We believe that these three products will help you the most effectively when used together. 

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