A few months back, I was having a hard time coping with my stomach problems.
At times, I felt a bit unwell and lethargic, but overall I was a happy person.
That all changed when my stomach symptoms began to worsen.
I was suddenly not able to function as I once could.
My thoughts were wandering.
My mood dropped.
I began to feel like an alien in a strange land.
It felt as if I was in another dimension.
It was only when I realised that my condition had worsened over time, that I realised how much I needed to change.
I had to get help.
So I did what anyone would do when they’ve experienced a difficult time: I started taking care of myself.
The first step was to start living a healthy lifestyle.
The next step was finding a treatment for my stomach problem.
The third step was taking the first step towards self-care.
The fourth step was changing my diet.
The problem is that we don’t know what our body is capable of.
For example, some of us have been taught to eat a lot of processed foods.
In other words, we’ve been conditioned to accept what our bodies tell us.
But in the end, what our stomachs and intestines tell us about us is very different to what we think they tell us.
“While the concept of the human body being able to sustain life is very old, there are still some aspects of the body that are more prone to malfunction.
In the absence of any intervention, this is where we need to be proactive.
A lot of research has been conducted in the past two decades and has demonstrated the importance of the microbiome.
The microbiome plays a crucial role in our health, digestion, immune function, energy and even how we develop and repair our organs.
According to a 2015 study by the US National Institutes of Health, the microbiome is one of the most important molecules in the body, and is the most likely to cause disease.
While there are many factors that affect the composition of our microbiome, one of them is the diet.
A diet that is high in fat, sugar, salt, saturated fat and sodium may be associated with a high risk of developing metabolic syndrome, or type 2 diabetes.
In addition, research has found that the gut microbiome is linked to an increased risk of obesity.
And yet, there is no conclusive evidence that a high-fat diet causes the obesity that is prevalent in the developing world.
The most important aspect of the gut microbiota is its ability to make antibodies, or the antibodies that fight infection.
A healthy gut is able to produce antibodies that will bind to the virus and fight off the bacteria.
If this doesn’t happen, the virus will continue to replicate and continue to spread.
When we don´t make antibodies in the gut, we don�t have a good chance of resisting the virus.
This is why it is important to have a diet rich in healthy fats and to have regular regular bowel movements.
While we may be able to control the amount of nutrients in our diet, the fact remains that the body does not have enough time to properly digest all of the food in our stomach.
As such, our body doesn’t need to break down food.
Instead, it needs to make the protein that it needs from the gut.
The body needs to digest proteins in the stomach, which is called the gut lumen.
So, when we don`t eat enough of certain foods, the body will make a large quantity of proteins from other nutrients.
It then uses this extra protein to make hormones that it secrete in the form of cytokines and chemokines.
The amount of these hormones that our body makes depends on the gut health of our individual.
According to Dr. Anirudh Pappanath, a gastroenterologist at King George Hospital, “If your gut is poor in the production of digestive enzymes, your body will produce less of these.
You may also be more prone than others to developing inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease, colitis, or ulcerative colitis.
It is important for patients to be able and willing to change their diet and to change the food they eat.
“As you might imagine, it takes time to get rid of this problem.
However, if you can get rid the problem, you are better able to start working towards a healthier lifestyle and overall feel better.
For me, I started by eating the right foods.
I also started to reduce my consumption of processed and refined foods.
I started by cutting out a lot the refined foods that I used to consume, such as sugar, chips, soft drinks, and junk food.
It was a major part of my diet change.
After this, I also switched to a vegan diet.
While this is a step-by-step process, it is also a process of personal development.
It involves changing your gut microbiome, learning about your gut flora, and