Did you know that just like your gut health is determined by bacteria, they have found that breast health and breast cancers could be related to a biome of bacteria in your breasts?
I was so inspired and motivated to keep being veggies most with plant based recipes, to show my body love and care after listening to this incredible podcast by #letmypeopleeat.
Why should you care about eating more vegetables and fruits?
Not only does being #veggiesmost at everymeal create a healthier weight in the body,
it decreaces inflammation and effects a little understood force for good or evil, that we all have inside of us.
Have you ever heard of your Gut MicroBiome?
"What is the Gut Microbiome?Your ‘gut microbiome’ is made up of the trillions of microorganisms and their genetic material that live in your intestinal tract. These microorganisms, mainly comprising bacteria, are involved in functions critical to your health and wellbeing. These bacteria live in your digestive system and they play a key role in digesting food you eat, and they help with absorbing and synthesising nutrients too. Gut bugs are involved in many other important processes that extend beyond your gut, including your metabolism, body weight, and immune regulation, as well as your brain functions and mood.
There are many factors that influence the type and amount of bacteria we host and although most of us belong to a certain ‘enterotype’ – similar to having a certain blood type – each person has a unique bacterial footprint.
How does the Gut Microbiome Develop?
Your gut began to populate with bacteria very early in life. Indeed, some research suggests that this begins while we are still in the womb. When you’re born, there are many factors that influence the types of bacteria that will live and flourish in your gut – the genetics and health of your parents, whether you are delivered vaginally or by caesarean, and if you’re breast or bottle-fed. As you grow, there continue to be many things that can shape the bacteria that live in your gut. Some of these things are difficult to change, like genetics, stressful events or illness, but some are factors we can modify or control, such as our lifestyle behaviours – particularly diet.
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