Gut Health Blog
You might think it’s a statement of the blindingly obvious to say that the food we eat affects our microbiome. But then consider that doctors in the UK, US and similar countries receive no training in nutrition, the most important way to care for our microbiome.
If our gut isn’t functioning properly we end up carrying around a lot more toxins on a daily basis than we should be. These toxins can drastically affect the way we feel, lowering our defences to illness and contributing to chronic inflammation around our body.
Consuming tons of sugar is bad for the gut health of both children and adults but children can be hit hardest by sugar cravings. Here are 3 simple steps you can take today to reduce your child’s cravings