Why Gut Health
Feeling good from the Inside out
Recent scientific discoveries show how gut health is connected to overall wellness1, both physically, with 70% of the immune system located in the gut2, and mentally, as the gut sends information to the brain, influencing mood and state of mind3. Some people even call the gut your second brain.
So trust your gut. It knows what your brain hasn’t figured out yet.
A JOURNEY TO DISCOVER YOURSELF
Listen to your body and find a wellness path that works best for you. Whether it’s eating a
diet rich in whole foods, taking PREbiotics and/or PRObiotics, getting adequate rest,
meditating, or hydrating properly, it’s important to follow your gut and take care of yourself.
Maintaining Healthy Skin7
The Inside Out
1Tillisch et al., 2017. 2Vighi et al., 2008. 3Clarke et al., 2013. 4Balakrishnan et al., 2012.
5Burokas et al., 2017. 6Krajmalnik-Brown et al., 2012 ; Schaafsma et al., 2015.
7Vaughn et al., 2017. 8Parnell & Reimer, 2012. 9Buffie et al., 2013.
Increasingly, scientists think processed foods, with all their additives and sugar and lack of fiber, may be formulated in ways that disturb the gut microbiome. Those disturbances, in turn, may heighten the risk of chronic disease and encourage overeating. Read more
While we obsess about carbs and protein, we’ve ignored fiber — at our peril. Read more
kickstart every day with hyggut
With Hyggut, adding PREbiotic fiber to your diet is easy. Our on-the-go snack pouches are crafted with gut-friendly fruits, veggies, spices, and natural PREbiotic acacia fiber.
Available in three unique flavors, Hyggut is a simple and delicious feel-good snack that helps your gut health and supports your overall well-being.
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