How many of us have been given a detailed view of what’s going on in our microbiome? Almost none of us are aware of our gut health, despite being an essential component of overall health and wellbeing.
People often experiment with various gut-health optimization practices such as consuming fermented food, detoxifying themselves, eating green vegetables, trying out coffee enemas, and seeing how we feel.
Indeed, most of the time, we see positive results, but we are unaware of what to do next. In this blog, we will talk about what measures to take if you are interested in optimizing your gut health. Here are some facts on what to do next to retain your optimized gut health:
How Can You Assess Your Gut Health?
The answer to this is quite simple: the functional medicinal labs. Gone are the days when you couldn’t test gut health. Remarkable advancements in probiotics and microbiome have made the gut health diagnosis easy and simple.
You can not only assess your gut health, but can also get insight into how problems such as acid flux, IBS, constipation. There are several tests to which you can turn. Nevertheless, do not opt for any medical examination without a prior prescription. Gut health assessment tests include comprehensive stool test, histamine intolerance test, Sibo breath test, cross-reactive food reactivity test, and intestinal permeability screening.
How Can I Maintain a Balance with Food?
This mostly depends on what your body accepts and rejects. Of course, some foods are very good for the gastrointestinal system, but even healthy foods will cause an issue if you have a leaky gut syndrome. Bone broth, probiotic foods, coconut water kefir, fermented drinks, galangal broth, and soft-cooked vegetables are good for gut health. The ketogenic diet is also known to improve many inflammatory and gut imbalance issues.
Do I Need to Be Super-Strict About My Diet?
If you are going through minor microbiome issues, you will likely see positive improvements in just a few weeks. However, if you are someone with inflammation issues, food sensitivities, or autoimmunity issues, you may need six months to two-year diet sustainability to ensure optimal gut health. Gut balancing and gut health sustainability is, more than often, a comprehensive journey for most people. A subtle suggestion of sixty days of clean-eating is given to ones who have streamlined blood PH, zero gastrointestinal issues and colon blockages, and active metabolism.
If you need any further guidelines, you can reach out to Foret Health via social media. You can also contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in purchasing silicone enema kits, grab yours now; they are back in stock!
We wish you good gut health!