Human gastrointestinal microbiota, also known as gut flora or gut microbiota, are the microorganisms, like bacteria and fungi, that live in the digestive tracts of humans. A study looking into gut health from the Mayo Clinic suggests that a low-calorie, high-fiber diet combined with exercise like walking, gave participants a gut more efficient in extracting energy. We really are what we eat.
What’s Your Story?
Gut health cannot be changed over night; the story of your gut takes years to compile. Because your eating habits take years to create, tweaking and re-educating your habits is a journey. Where you live and what you eat lay your habit’s foundation. They dictate what interventions you need to change that habit. Dr. Nangrani is qualified to help you with that.
A plant-based diet helps to regulate your digestive tract, as do drinking plenty of water and getting enough sleep. These factors help increase the good bacteria in your gut. Staying away from processed foods that are high in fat, salt, and sugar helps you meet your long-term health goals.
Supplements and Probiotics
Supplemental capsules, powders, or drink enhancers are jam-packed full of vitamins and minerals. Sounds obvious! But be sure to take them in addition to your five daily fruits and vegetables.
As part of your wellness routine, the dietary supplements that you choose are a kind of insurance policy, like when you insure your vehicle. When you take a daily supplement, you are ensuring that you have the recommended daily amount of vitamins and minerals.
Probiotics are like healthy gut bacteria, while prebiotic (indigestible fiber) is food for probiotics. Think of them as fuel for the probiotics to do their job. Asparagus is a prebiotic food, along with pineapple, onion, garlic, apple cider vinegar, and bone broth.
Probiotics introduce healthy bacteria into the gut and are helpful if you experience bloating and digestion issues. From probiotics maintaining good gut health to daily multivitamins especially formulated for men or women, to Vitamin C complex, supplements are not simply extra nutrition. They are essential to provide micronutrients that you just can’t get any other way. Deficiencies cause real effects! For instance, a deficiency in vitamin D may show up as depression and anxiety.
Vedas stocks only the best products available on the market, and we bring them to you. Produced in small batches, they have the FDA stamp of approval. Although the FDA does not test supplements, it has strict guidelines for production.
Dr. Nangrani’s holistic approach treats the whole individual. Hormone and blood tests can indicate the state of your inner health. If you want to look refreshed on the outside, come to Vedas, an Aladdin’s cave of fabulous services, from weight loss programs to hormone imbalance treatments.
You, our client, are our top priority here at Vedas. Located in The Woodlands, Texas, our North Houston office is conveniently located only 10 minutes from I-45 (Houston’s North Freeway) and a step off The Woodlands Parkway. Please call (281) 298-5476 to book your free consultation. Come get acquainted with Dr. Nangrani, our board-certified Medical Director. She has practiced for over 15 years.
- source mayo clinic radio and healthline.com