Improve Gut Health

Great sleep could elude you until gut health is improved.

Your gut health is responsible for many things that directly impact sleep:

  • toxicity
  • nutrient absorption
  • brain chemistry
  • hormone production
  • inflammation

Each of these needs to be shored up — though certainly not perfect — for sleep to happen.

And there’s one system that addresses them all: gut health.

These are all signs of aging and disease: high toxicity, low nutrient absorption, bad brain chemistry, poor hormonal production, and — most immediately egregious — inflammation.

The gut, the digestive tract — is perhaps the primary biological controller of the variables that affect sleep.

How is your gut health? If you’re like most human beings — it could improve.

And if your sleep is poor? Your gut health almost certainly needs help.

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