Why are people getting sicker now?
The aging process is accelerating. Manifesting a disorder comes from the chronic inflammatory process.
The macro membranes that make up our bodies are starting to become vulnerable to injury from our environment. Your gut is your largest macro membrane. The weakening of the gut lining leads to illness.
The microbiome is the soil of your gut. The bacteria in your gut turns food into compost. They help deliver the nutrients important for living.
You can follow some simple strategies to improve your gut.
First, don’t kill your microbiome. Most antibiotics you’re exposed to are from herbicides and pesticides. We’ve been consuming huge quantities of the RoundUp pesticide chemical glyphosate since 1996. It kills harmful and helpful bacteria. It’s inundated our water supply and soil. Eat organic as much as possible.
Next, get as much variety in the diet as possible. The simplest way is to have as much color and variety in your diet every day. This creates biodiversity.
Reduce your processed food intake. The wheat in processed food is contaminated with glyphosate and continues to destroy your gut flora.
Listen in as Dr. Zach Bush shares how you can help slow the aging process and improve your internal garden.