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Gut Bacteria or a Bad Hair Day?

Posted by Susan on

These days we hear of so many people on edge, having anxiety attacks, depression, moodiness, cravings for alcohol, lack of energy.   Did you know that if you have bacteria in your gut, it could be causing all of the above issues?  Yes, simple as that.   Studies are not revealing that gut bacteria (which is so prevalent today due to poor diet and toxic foods) is at the root of many other issues.

So the next time you are feeling angry, anxious, upset or weak in the gut, try a water enema to cleanse the bacteria out. Flush it out.  You can also do a probiotic enema as well or after to introduce more friendly bacteria in.

And then stay away from processed foods and try eating simply organic natural fresh foods for a while. Fresh vegetables, and fruits. Give your gut a rest. Be nice to it and it will be nice to you.  See what difference you feel in your overall mental, emotional and physical health.   

It can be hard when others invite you out for dinner, or you are in a rush and are not prepared, so you grab a bite of processed food somewhere.  Well don't.  Plan your days meals ahead of time. Take apples, oranges, pre made salad to work.  If you are prepared you wont be taken by surprise when you get hungry and there is nothing healthy to eat anywhere in sight.   

Removing bacteria from the gut is probably one of the most important things you can do for your overall sense of happiness and well being.

Eat to live. Don't live to eat.

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