If you’re someone with a gut problem, you’ve probably been taken on the rollercoaster of restrictive dieting, boatloads of supplements, and pharmaceutical drugs that give waning symptom relief. And what do you have to show for it? Probably not a whole lot.
One area that I’ve found is almost entirely unexplored by most people, and the primary topic this blog is centered around, is lifestyle. Our behavior drives a lot of what goes on in our body, from the tips of your toes to the top of your head. And this most certainly includes what happens in your gut.
Factors such as exercise, meal timing, the feeding/fasting cycle, stress, sleep, habitual diet, and diet quality are all very important factors that can play a major role in our gut health. But there is one insidious habit that all of us are guilty of that may be particularly damaging: late night…
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