How Our Gut Health Affects Our Weight
| Dr. Kiran Krishnan
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Do you ever notice how there are two types of people when it comes to weight gain?
That one person who can eat absolutely anything they want yet retain their physique and the other person (majority of us, to be honest) who has to stick to a diet and hit the gym in order to lose weight.
Well, researchers have found that in comparison, perhaps the former just happens to have a healthier gut. We all have a different biology and are exposed to different environments and food—all of which affect how our gut works.
So, how do you restore balance in your gut to reach that similar state as the first person?
In this week’s vodcast, we discuss how our gut health comes into play with our weight. Together with Dr. Kiran Krishnan, a research microbiologist with over 16 years in the dietary supplement and nutrition market, we’ll unravel how the food we eat truly affects our bodies and how to rebuild our microbiomes naturally.
In this vodcast expect to learn:
- ✨ How gut health affects weight
- ✨ Why people gain weight differently
- ✨ How diet affects gut bacteria
- ✨ How to repair your gut
- ✨ The recommended timespan for fasting
- ✨ Repairing your microbiome
- ✨ How exercise affects your gut
- ✨ How probiotics work with our microbiome
- ✨ Recommended probiotics for gut health
And so much more!
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