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    Establish a Peace Treaty With Your Gut

    Why is supporting my gut important? An intact intestinal mucosa acts as both the barrier to a hostile environment and transport mechanism It produces ¾ of your body’s neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin, GABA and norepinephrine, which are key brain mood regulators to support mental well-being Contains over 2/3’s of the body’s immune tissue Has greater metabolic activity than the liver More than 70% of Americans have gut or gut-related symptoms of diseases related to a dysfunctional gut The bottom…

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