Why is your ”gut” so important?
Your “GUT” is your digestive system / gastrointestinal system, which is comprised of a group of organs including: your mouth, stomach, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, full bladder, small intestine, colon and rectum.
The way your gut functions can help determine your overall internal health. Essentially, it is responsible for breaking down the foods you eat, and how this process supports your body’s natural daily functions.
What does a healthy guy mean?
Regular poop 💩 (ideally if your gut is working efficiently - if food goes in, food should be timely coming out..)
Processed foods will cause inflammation (as your body doesn’t know how to respond to these foreign invaders).