A Health Coach Explains How to Improve Your Gut Health [VIDEO]

Published:

February 4, 2020

Nina Zorfass, IIN Content Editor

Why gut health is so important. 

Did you know that over 70% of your immune system lives in your gut? That’s incredibleWe’re still learning so much about how our gut environment and all the bacteria within it – the microbiome – impacts the overall health our body, like how gut inflammation can cause not only digestive upset, but a host of other health issues as well. 

But before we dive into the complex workings of the gut and its interaction with the rest of the body, let’s build a foundation. In our new YouTube series, “A Health Coach Explains,” you’ll hear from an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach about various topics of health, such as gut health.

In this video, you’ll learn: 

  • What exactly the “gut microbiome” is 

  • How the gut microbiome effects both physical and mental health 

  • Simple strategies for recognizing gut dysfunction 

  • Tips you can implement right now to improve gut function

Whether you use what you learn to improve your own gut health, or you share this video with clients as part of your work with them – or both! – we’re excited to be able to provide our community with valuable information so you can continue to lead a healthier, happier life. Click the image below to watch this video!

If you’re ready to learn more about gut health... 

Check out: 

5 Tips To Detox Your Gut (it’s not the kind of detox you’re thinking of!) 

10 Recipes That Are Great For Your Gut (all recipes from our amazing IIN graduates!) 

 

Love what you learned? Share with us @nutritionschool on Instagram and Facebook! 

 


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