I always say that these are the three things that could change your life: drink more water, get enough fiber and take Jetson. I was really intentional about focusing on the basics. I was changing my diet, I was moving more, I was focusing on my mental health, and Jetson supported me through all of that. It took my gut issues off the table.
Here’s the thing: keeping your gut microbiome balanced takes consistent effort. Achieving optimal gut health doesn’t come from 30 days of probiotic supplements and kombucha. Just like us, our gut microbiome is continually evolving – which means it needs to be continually exposed to beneficial bacteria (so the bad bacteria never becomes too powerful).
Your mood can be affected by your thoughts, it’s true, but the gut has a lot to say about your outlook on life, too.
We’ve all been made aware – possibly too aware – of the connection between our mind and our gut at some point: the rumbling stomach in a job interview (or, worse! on a first date), the irritability and brain fog when we’re hungry, the sleepless night after a meal that isn’t sitting quite right.
Today’s diets can be full of “empty calories” —foods that lack fiber, complex carbs, protein and healthy fats. These proteins, vitamins and minerals are the key factors in production of those mood-driving neurotransmitters.
If you’ve ever felt your stomach tighten up when you were anxious or nervous about something, you’ve experienced the mind gut connection. Our body chemistry and biology impact our thoughts, beliefs, moods, and emotions. These factors, in turn, influence our stress and physical health.
Not only is taking daily probiotics safe, it’s recommended. Having a daily probiotic routine is one of the best ways to regulate your gut health.
Since our launch, we have talked to hundreds of customers — many of whom are first-time probiotic users. We are beyond thrilled to see how we are starting to make a difference in everyday Americans’ lives starting with getting their gut in shape.
Serotonin – the thing you’ve probably heard of, but don’t really understand. So let’s spend some time breaking down what it is, why it’s important, and how your gut plays a significant role in making sure you have enough.
Your gut bacteria can affect weight loss in terms of how the food you consume digests, how fat is stored, and how it also produces chemicals that will make you feel full or hungry. In short, your gut bacteria composition is linked to weight loss and weight management.