IMMUNITY

Did you know 70% of your body’s immunity begins with your gut?! And that’s just the start of what the gut does…INSANE RIGHT!

MOOD

“hello, brain? Gut speaking…” That’s your gut helping regulate your mood! Still don’t believe us? 90% of serotonin is produced in your gut and is often referred to as our second brain.

NUTRITION

Your gut plays a vital role absorbing nutrients! We hear those things are important.

SKIN

The gut microbiome is proven to influence the overall appearance of your skin. Bad bacteria can lead to inflammation and eczema. Did I mention, you’re glowing!

PREBIOTICS

Prebiotics, not to be confused with probiotics, are plant fibers that help healthy bacteria grow in your gut which makes your digestive system work better. More prebiotics = more good bacteria! Did we mention we love good bacteria?!

PROBIOTICS

Probiotics are a mixture of live bacteria and/or yeast that lives in our bodies (not as gross as it sounds i promise). They help balance the good bacteria in your digestive system. Not to mention have abso-boochly amazing health benefits.

SLEEP

Trouble sleeping? Drink a booch! Gut bacteria is also linked to influencing normal sleep patterns by helping create important chemical messengers in the brain like dopamine and serotonin which are both involved in your sleep-wake pattern. And here I was popping two melatonins a night!

STRESS REDUCTION

Did you know stress can affect your gut? And it goes both ways! This is all part of the gut-brain connection. Have you ever heard of an anxious stomach? The gut microbiota plays a role in stress responding through communication between the vagus nerve and neurotransmitter release.

PROBIOTICS vs. PREBIOTICS

A.K.A
good bacteria

A.K.A
insoluble fibre

Helps your gut stay
happy & healthy

Helps to norish
your good bacteria

Found in fermented foods.
Ex. Kombucha

Found in whole foods
Ex. Vegetables

PROBIOTICS

A.K.A
good bacteria

Helps your gut stay
happy & healthy

Found in fermented foods.
Ex. Kombucha

PREBIOTICS

A.K.A
insoluble fibre

Helps to norish
your good bacteria

Found in whole foods
Ex. Vegetables