The health of our gut is central to our overall good health. A healthy gut is able to digest the foods you eat, absorb the nutrients and then use those nutrients to fuel all the other cells in your body.1 If your gut isn’t healthy or working optimally, it can have wide-ranging effects on your health.
The gut plays an important role in our health. When your gut isn’t healthy it can affect many other areas of the body. You might think your gut is in good condition – but some tell-tale signs can pop-up to show you when your gut health might be needing some attention.
Some of these signs will be in the digestive system, however, there will be less obvious signs in other parts of the body too. Some of the common signs that your gut needs some love are:
There are many things we can take to help improve the health of our gut – and while most only seem to be small changes, they can have a big impact.
The above tips can all be helpful to improve general gut health – but what if you have a specific symptom you need to address? Below are some common digestive symptoms and some steps you can take to improve them.
Abdominal discomfort and gas