Your chance if getting diabetes, cholesterol related heart disease, as well as being over weight or obese may be linked to how healthy your gut is.
A healthy gut has a favorable number of good bacteria in their gut.
Many dieters have discovered dieting for them just doesn’t work. And there is a good reason.
Foods that are minimally processed help you have good bacteria and foods that are processed give you the microbes linked to poor metabolic health.
Those with the wrong gut bugs (microbes) will have abnormal blood sugar, abnormal hormone levels, abnormal cholesterol, and abnormal levels of inflammation in their blood.
Eat vegetables, nuts, eggs, seafood.
Stay away from overly processed juices, sweetened drinks, white bread, refined grains.
A doctor can test your gut health, and other blood levels to let you know if you need to change your diet.