The Microbiome, Our Second Brain
The gut microbiome is often referred to as our second brain. The microbiome communicates using the same hormones as the central nervous system and is related to both gastrointestinal problems and mental health.
The Gut Microbiome's Impact on Sleep
Sleep is essential to our quality of life. A healthy, diverse microbiome has been proven to impact the quality of sleep, how tired we feel, and our ability to fall asleep easily.
Feeding the Microbiome: Prebiotics and Probiotics
Prebiotics are non-digestible fibers that feed the healthy bacteria and other probiotics inside of our digestive system and gut microbiome.
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