Woman with Healthy Gut

Greek philosopher Hippocrates once said that “all disease begins in the gut.” It seems he was right because evidence shows that optimal health for the whole body starts in the gut.

We have trillions of bacteria in our bodies. These bacteria are our first line of defense in supporting healthy gut function and immunity.

Why is Gut Health So Important?

Healthy gut function plays a pivotal role in maintaining optimal health across multiple systems in your body. Firstly, it's essential for your nervous system, as the gut and brain are intricately connected through what's known as the gut-brain axis. A balanced gut microbiome can positively influence mood, cognition, and stress response.

Maintaining a healthy gut is essential for promoting overall well-being and resilience against various health challenges. By supporting your nervous, digestive, and immune systems, you can optimize your body's ability to thrive and stay resilient against illness.

Common Digestive Disorders

It's no secret that digestive disorders are all too common. From occasional discomfort to chronic conditions, our digestive system can sometimes signal distress in various ways. Here are some symptoms to watch out for:

  • Bloating or constipation
  • Diarrhea 
  • Heartburn
  • Low mood and/or anxiety
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Chronic pain

3 Ways to Cleanse Your Gut

Eat a High Fiber Diet

Consuming fiber is an effective way to feed good bacteria to your gut. Fiber can improve the digestion and absorption of nutrients, as well as the ease with which stools move through the digestive tract and intestines.
Foods with high fiber are:

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Beans and legumes
  • Nuts and seeds

Stay Hydrated
While staying hydrated can improve your overall health, drinking water is also linked to increasing the diversity of bacteria in your gut. Water can also help to break down the food you consume so that it is easier for your body to absorb nutrients. 
If you are experiencing inflammation in the gut, try drinking water 30 minutes before a meal to help with digestion so the food moves easily through the body. When the body consumes insufficient water, the fraction caused by the food moving through the intestines may lead to gut inflammation.

Try a Probiotic
Adding probiotics to your diet may help improve digestion, immunity, and mental well-being while supporting nutrient absorption and reducing the risk of certain conditions.

Cymbiotika’s Probiotic is a powerful yet gentle probiotic that promotes a balanced gut microbiome, keeps the digestive tract healthy, improves digestion, relieves occasional gas and bloating, and supports immune defenses. Our supplement is formulated with 19 probiotic strains, plant-based prebiotics, and a unique blend of herbs and amino acids to support optimal gut health. Probiotic also delivers 50 BILLION CFUs for a healthy gut, which is 3x more potent than other formulas.

Our probiotic contains Glutamine (L-glutamine), an amino acid used in the biosynthesis of proteins. It protects the mucus membrane of the esophagus and intestines, blocking bacterial infiltration during digestion. It also boosts immune cell activity in the gut, helping prevent infection and inflammation and soothing intestinal tissue. 

Here is what a few customers are saying about our probiotic:

“I have tried many probiotics before this one. However, the Cymbiotika probiotic is clean and does not have any of the fillers that many others do. Thank you for producing such a quality product, Cymbiotika!”—Dina S. 

“Cymbiotika products are definitely worth the investment - I have seen a decrease in bloating and general fatigue. Great product.” - Kaili W.

par Leko Ritchie / 22 avr. 2024