Your gut is like a garden, made up of bacteria and yeast and other microbes. These microbes form a mini ecosystem called your gut microbiome. When in balance, your gut microbiome works really hard to keep you healthy by helping you digest your food, making vitamins and talking to your immune system.
But, you don’t want these microbes in the wrong ratios or the wrong places. Like an untended garden, sometimes your gut can become overgrown. An overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine is known as SIBO, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Candida is a yeast that can overgrow, the same yeast that causes yeast infections.
An imbalance in bacteria or yeast can cause digestive issues, but may also cause problems beyond the gut, like brain fog, fatigue, and even mood swings. An overgrowth of bacteria and yeast can crowd out or steal resources from the bacteria that keep us healthy. And they may create rather than help to eliminate toxins. A key is to gut health is to keep the garden in your gut balanced, happy, and healthy.
– 6 x 2 oz bottles (three formulas)