4 Signs From Your Gut That You Might Not Realize

How well do you listen to your body when it has something to tell you?

If you’re like most people, then you probably feel like you’re relatively in touch with your body and how it feels and functions from one day to the next. Unfortunately, it can be easy to overlook certain signs that your body may be putting out to tell you something.

To find out if this is happening to you then it’s probably a good idea to look at the problems you gut can cause.

Your Stomach Gets Upset

How often do you suddenly get a serious bout with gas and bloating?

When your bowel regularity changes, and you begin to experience all sorts of problems like diarrhea and constipation, then that could be a serious sign that something is very wrong in your gut.

When your gut is healthy, then things should basically function smoothly and without a lot of fanfare.

Sudden Food Intolerances

As you go through life, the content of your gut flora will change, but it would be highly unusual for you to suddenly be unable to eat specific foods. This kind of situation is most often the result in the degradation of gut flora in your body.

Making sure that they are healthy will help your gut to process the foods that you eat more efficiently. When things begin to fail, diarrhea, bloating, gas, and pain will all become apparent.

When this is the case, you might need to employ the use of specific live cultures in food to balance your gut flora properly.

Sudden Weight Gain or Loss

This is almost always a sign of gut flora issues. Weight gain that takes place without a change in habits is a sign that your body isn’t efficiently processing what you eat.

When your gut isn’t balanced properly, you will lose some of your ability to 
absorb nutrients. This results in fat storage and thus weight gain

Constant Tiredness

When your stomach isn’t working properly, it can mess up lots of different processes. This includes what controls how well you can sleep at night. Over time, this fatigue can become constant.

This can be helped by making sure that your gut contains colonies of healthy gut flora that you need to break down the food you eat.

Further Reading On Gut Health

Here is some additional reading to help you on your gut health journey: