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January 30, 2019

Having a healthy gut is essential for your over all well-being.  The gut flora consists of trillions of micro-organisms such as fungi, bacteria and viruses; collectively known as microbiome. A good balance of microbiome means a healthy gut, and an imbalance of microbiome means an unhealthy gut.

According to US National Library of Medicine, an unhealthy gut, with a large amount of bacteria, can cause obesity, diabetes, depression and hypertension among other diseases.

Here’s a list of signs of an unhealthy gut.

1. Bad Breath

Bad breath isn’t always caused by poor dental health. Sometimes the reason behind it lies deep in your gut. When there are more bad bacteria in your gut than good, chances are your breath will become less than fresh. It might get worse after too much sugar intake; that’s because bacteria thrive on the sugar in your diet. In addition, the buildup of toxins by chemicals in the food you eat can cause bad breath.

2. Weight Changes

If you observe changes in your weight without any exercise or diet, it’s possible that you have an imbalanced gut flora. It can affect your body’s ability to soak up nutrients; or it can have the opposite impact. You might end up consuming more food if your body stops absorbing the required nutrients.

3. Food Intolerance

Food intolerance is different from food allergies. It’s caused by increased bad bacteria in the gut. It’s symptoms include migraine, nausea, stomach ache and cough among others. They take longer to appear than the symptoms of food allergies. Dairy products with gluten are most commonly associated with this health problem.

4. Sugar Craving

A pathway of nerves connects your gut to your brain; this is used by the bacteria to influence your mood by producing toxins. That feeling is improved by an intake of sugar.

In addition, microbiome in your gut manipulates receptors to influence your food preference. They make you crave and eat sugar, and later thrive on it.

5. Sleep Deprivation

The sleep hormone, serotonin, is produced in your gut. But an unhealthy gut means an irregular production of the hormone. This can cause sleep deprivation, insomnia and fatigue.

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