Updated: Apr 3
The 3 most prominent parts of a body all have something in common... each other! The brain, microbiome, and immune system are intertwined beyond what one could comprehend. But we know that they work together and are important for daily functions and a healthy body.
What Is The Gut Biome?
The gut biome comprises the trillions of microorganisms and their genetic material that lives in the intestinal tract. The good bacteria that live in the gut play a key role in digesting foods, absorbing and synthesizing (creating) nutrients.
An undiverse biome creates a welcome environment for pathogenic bacteria to thrive. This is where nutrition plays a huge role.
Feeding a fresh whole food diet ensures to keep the microflora thriving.
Since more than 80% of the immune system lies in the gut, feeding foods and nutrients that support the body are vital to creating a thriving canine.
Disturbing The Gut Flora
The starches, sugars, carbs, and legumes disturb the gut lining and create inflammation. When the body is inflamed, it directly correlates with the gut. Since it is more than 80% of the immune system, it holds a critical function.
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Inflammation is the