Good Belly, Bad Belly is a 67-page program that will help you better understand how your dietary and lifestyle choices influence your gut health. In turn, this can reduce your risk of obesity, inflammation, disease, and more. If you would like to enhance your health based on improved digestion and good gut bacteria, this system is for you.
Good Belly, Bad Belly may seem like any other ‘diet’ book — but in reality, it’s so much more than that. In order to reduce your risk of obesity and related conditions, you must first start with your gut. When you consume junk foods day-in and day-out, for instance, your gut bacteria plays the price. As your body releases toxins, you become fatigued, overweight and sick.
What is the Good Belly, Bad Belly Book About?
Good Belly, Bad Belly is all about your gut and how the foods you eat influence the release of damaging toxins. Focusing on the complex colony of microorganisms living in your digestive tract, you will quickly realize how foods influence gut health and internal balance. If you have heard of probiotics, for example, this is what they’re targeting — positive gut health.
Whether it’s your diet or environmental factors that require your attention, you will quickly understand the role you personally play in terms of your weight and health. Just remember, you are what you eat — and this program is a clear reminder of that saying. From immune function to mental health, what you put in your body makes all the difference.
About the author: Brad Pilon has a background in nutrition, based on both his education and professional career. After working in the sports supplement industry for years, he decided that it was time he took a different path. He has created a number of life-changing systems, helping people with unique health needs. His goal is to not only help you look your best, but feel your best.
What’s Included in Good Belly, Bad Belly?
Starting with a thorough introduction, you will learn more about who Brad is, as well as what will be expected from you. Beginning with the importance of gut health, he focuses on the connection between the bacteria in our gut, rates of obesity, and overall wellbeing. In terms of gut health, you will learn:
- How microorganisms influence your health.
- How gut bacteria protects us against disease.
- How this bacteria can be altered based on our lifestyle and environment.
As you grasp a basic understanding of gut bacteria, you will then begin to learn more about the science behind the complex human microbiome. What most people do not realize is that there is good and bad bacteria — both which live inside your intestinal tract. It’s all about finding that balance.
From inflammation to their role in neural health, gut bacteria influence all aspects of your health. This is particularly the case regarding immune function and hormone regulation. In fact, based on the way it influences ghrelin, leptin and insulin, gut bacteria may even contribute to your metabolic rate.
In order to learn the difference, Brad highlights the effects of when bacteria go bad. Whether it be your diet, stress, or even where you live in the world, your gut bacteria can be altered. Once your gut bacteria are off, inflammation increases, and in many cases, obesity follows.
On that note, it’s important to learn about ‘leaky gut’ — which is linked to conditions such as type 2 diabetes. Page after page, you will begin to see how your gut influences all aspects of your health, and what role you play in maintaining optimal balance. In fact, the three key areas include:
- Your diet
- Your exposure to antibiotics
- Your exposure to pollutants
Since antibiotics are so common in our modern society, there’s a whole section dedicated to the ways in which they influence our bodies, as well as our weight. Backed by scientific research, the bottom line is: antibiotics alter your gut bacteria, increasing your risk of obesity and weight-related conditions.
Learn more about how you’re exposed to antibiotics on a day-to-day basis, and what that means for the microbes inside your body. Moving away from antibiotics, you will then dive into the effects of air pollution relation to disease — but it’s not all doom and gloom.
Once you better understand the amount of stress your gut has been under, you will then gain access to potential solutions. Moving into a more step-by-step guide, you will learn to reduce endotoxins (the toxins produced by gut bacteria); target inflammation; increase your intake of resistant starches (which are similar to soluble fibers)
The Benefits of Good Belly, Bad Belly
For many, the ability to lose weight and maintain positive health, all comes down to a lack of awareness. There is so much information out there, it’s hard to sift through it all. Although there are many components to a healthy, happy life, one thing is certain — your gut health needs your attention.
When investing in Good Belly, Bad Belly, the greatest benefit you will experience, is your ability to improve your health, not just today, not just tomorrow, but for life. It’s all about altering the bacteria in your gut, so that your body is not leaching toxins — the type of toxins that make you gain weight and develop diseases.
As you are taken on an educational journey, you will not be overwhelmed by the content itself — even though it is highly scientific. Brad does an excellent job of simplifying the information, so that it’s easy to follow and understand. Regardless of your background, you can dive in and begin to improve your health.
Since this book comes with a money-back guarantee, there is no risk involved. Does it get any better than that?
If you want to learn how to immediately improve the balance of bacteria in your gut and improve your quality of life, then order Good Belly, Bad Belly today!