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Gut Health

The gut microbiome is intrinsically linked to immune function, liver function, metabolism, and neurological function. In fact, the gut is where the majority of the neurotransmitter serotonin is produced. Lifestyle factors including poor nutrition, stress, and a sedentary lifestyle all play a role in creating an environment where bacteria, parasites, yeast and viral infections can flourish, causing systemic imbalances and poor health. 


The cross-talk between the gut and the brain, the gut and the liver, and the gut and the nervous system are vital pathways that require proper nutrition to support detoxification and elimination in the liver, kidneys, and intestines.

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