Gut Microbiome & Dysbiosis

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Gut Microbiome & Dysbiosis

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Dysbiosis of the gut microbiome (i.e. imbalance between the healthy and unhealthy bacteria living in the intestine) can lead to a condition called leaky gut, which starts or aggravates almost every autoimmune condition.

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SIBO

We house trillions of bacteria in our large intestine. When they try to migrate to the small intestine, the digestive acid coming from the stomach kills them. People who produce less stomach acid cannot do this. They end up with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). MORE

Candidiasis

Candida are found normally in mouth, throat, food pipe, intestines and genital tract. They are not harmful in lesser number. But when the population increases because of various reasons, it starts making holes in the intestines. These holes allows all the unwanted substances to enter the bloodstream. Eventually they even get inside the blood and starts spreading in other parts of body. MORE

Chronic Diarrhea

Frequently, chronic diarrhea is usually the result of dysbiosis and some of its downstream effects. MORE

Bad Breath

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Oral Thrush

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Yeast Infection

Low stomach acid, SIBO, Dysbiosis, antibiodic over-use and consumption of excess carbohydrates all can lead to yeast infections. MORE

Acne

Blocking of hair follicle and leading to inflammation is acne. The underlying cause for this is high levels of sex hormones, factors that trigger inflammation, nutritional deficiencies and the toxin load that you might be carrying. MORE

Impact of Diet on Gut Microbiome

Everything that you eat changes your gut microbiome. When you eat limited range of food items, it limits the diversity of gut microbiome. Most popular food items are full of refined carbohydrates, additives and preservatives. All of them damage gut microbiome diversity. MORE

Impact of Drugs on Gut Microbiome

Many drugs, including antibiotics, anti fungal drugs, steroids, pain killers, acid blockers, etc., are known to destroy the diversity of gut microbiome. Some of these drugs are life savers, hence cannot be avoided. Some cause their damage only when they are over-used, which can be avoided. MORE

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