The environment of your gut microbiome is affected by stress. The microbes get multiple signals from the brain to let them know when you're being pushed past your limit.
If you eat a particular food when you’re stressed or angry, your body will process it differently from when you are calm or happy.
Eat foods that are kind to your gut lining. A one-time “fix” of a probiotic or some yogurt won’t heal your gut. You have to change your habits in a long-term fashion.
A largely plant-based diet helps with microbe diversity in the gut. Reducing sugar consumption will starve the bad bacteria in your body.
Find ways to reduce your stress and control your emotion. Meditation helps.
Listen in as Dr. Emeran Mayer joins Dr. Susanne Bennett to share how you can reduce stress and help your gut.