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The most "common" bad bacteria in the gut are . . . ?


Okay . . . so before the holidays . . . we spoke about a bacteria in the "large intestine" called Archaea . . .


And in the "right" amount" . . . it's harmless and very beneficial to the human body.


But . . . when this bacteria grows out of control . . . and migrates to the "small intestine" . . . we "now" have a health issue called SIBO.


Well . . . this scenario . . . is the same for most of the "bad bacteria" in the large intestine.


So today . . . let's talk about the "bacteria" that's linked to "type 2 diabetes" . . .


And that would be . . .


"Coprococcus"


You see . . . a study published in the journal of Diabetes . . . found that people with "higher" levels of "Coprococcus" . . . tended to have higher "insulin sensitivity".


And this has been linked to obesity, metabolic syndrome and the onset of "type 2 diabetes".


It's also monitored as a microbial "biomarker" to assess the health of the human gastro-intestinal tract.


You see . . . gut microorganisms "should" maintain gastro-intestinal "health" . . . "IF" in the "RIGHT RATIO" . . .


But . . . mounting evidence shows that when "gut microorganisms" are running amuck . . .


We see more and more gastro-intestinal problems like . . . "diabetes" and "Autism"


Studies have proven . . . that in patients with "type 2 diabetes" . . . the intestinal flora . . . that's our "good" and "bad" bacteria in the "large" intestine . . . are OUT OF BALANCE!!!!


And with this . . . due to "bad" bacteria migrating and "invading" the "small" intestine . . .


Many times this can also cause "Leaky Gut" and "diabetic belly" . . . which is when there's a "build-up" of "visceral" fat in the abdominal area.


And we know from previous Health Tips . . . "visceral" fat is the dangerous fat that is wrapped around our "organs" and can cause illness and disease.


Okay . . . so how do we fix this "imbalance" of "good" to "bad" bacteria in our gut???


Well . . . that would be by eating more "plant-based" foods that would include "fermented" foods and "fiber" from colorful fruits and vegetables.


Also getting enough sleep . . . managing stress levels . . . and adding back into the body . . . "PRE"-biotics and "PRO"-biotics . . . which we'll talk about later


So, tomorrow . . . let's talk about another "bacteria" that can run amuck


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