What Is Microbiome Balancing?
Good gut health contributes to wellbeing. Did you know that many skin problems, such as acne, dermatitis, and eczema, are related to your gut health?
Microbiome balancing is an individualized program that aims to address the root cause of your health issues by restoring natural gut balance.
We help you detoxify, clarify the skin, and work on your dermatological problems inside and out.
Our Innovative 3 Step Process
The first step in the program is to evaluate your digestive function, identify pathogens, and analyze your unique skin condition. We start with a detailed history and physical exam. Through microbiome testing, we can evaluate the makeup of your gut microbiome and detect the presence of different microorganisms. We can gain information about:
The diversity of your gut microbiome
How microorganisms are affecting your health
How dietary modifications can improve your condition
On your second visit, we’ll introduce you to a facial treatment that will address your external skin problems. The treatment will work to exfoliate, moisturize, and make your skin firmer. Expect to see visible improvements on issues such as acne, wrinkles, fine lines, and more.
We’ll also review the results of your microbiome testing. Your results will be the basis of our personalized diet program and coaching, which encourage beneficial gut bacteria to flourish in your gastrointestinal tract.
The last phase of the program involves the repairing and resolving of your gut issues as well as achieving skin balance. We will remove disruptive food, bacteria, and toxins that cause your health issues. Through your diet program, we will advise you to avoid certain foods and ingredients. The focus will be on nutritious foods that promote microbiome diversity and good gut health.
Finally, we’ll help you maintain the best results by providing feedback, coaching, and making recommendations. Resolving gut balance for the long term also involves making certain lifestyle choices, such as getting adequate rest and reducing stress.
Benefits of Microbiome Balancing
A healthy gut microbiome contains diverse microorganisms that aid in digestion. Do you suffer from symptoms like bloating and indigestion? One of the most incredible benefits of a microbiome balancing program is improved digestion. As a result, your body will be able to fully digest and utilize energy from the food you eat.
The immune system is responsible for protecting your body from pathogens, viruses, and harmful microorganisms. But did you know that your gut microbiome also acts as a line of defense against ingested pathogens? A healthy gut secretes antimicrobial compounds, fights pathogens, and supports your immune system.
Having diverse bacteria in the gut is also linked to good bone health. With a balanced microbiome, you can improve the absorption of calcium from the food you eat. As a result, you can get stronger, healthier bones.
Did you know that your daily mood and food choices can be affected by your gut microbiome? The gut and the brain are linked by certain microorganisms that affect the release of neurotransmitters. Therefore, your gut microbiome can influence your mood and cognition. With good gut health, you can achieve better mental clarity and better control of your dietary choices.
What Steps Can You Take To Restore Gut Health?
Your daily lifestyle choices, such as exercise, diet, and physical activities, can affect your microbiome’s stability, diversity, and resiliency. Making the right choices can help promote a diverse microbiome that ensures you have good gut health.
A diverse microbiome contains trillions of good bacteria and other beneficial microorganisms like fungi. To achieve this diversity, you can focus on consuming nutritious fermented foods and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Eating enough vegetables is a great way to ensure that you’re getting sufficient prebiotic fiber. We consider this when developing your personalized diet program. Food such as asparagus, onions, and artichokes are excellent sources of prebiotic fiber. Bananas, garlic, and whole grains are also rich in fiber and can easily be incorporated into your daily diet.