Manage your gut health for mood and mental health support.
The Connection Between Mood and Digestion
It is well understood that there are many physical symptoms associated with mood, such as digestive issues and bodily discomforts.
When it comes to the gut, people experiencing stress or feeling of anxiousness often deal with appetite disturbances, metabolic changes, gastrointestinal complaints, and other unwelcome changes in their gut microbiome.
Stress itself can affect our gut ecosystem and ultimately, our mood.
How Viome Can Help
Optimize Your Gut Health, Boost Diversity, and Improve Overall Wellness With Nutrition Customized For You*
As we know, the American diet is high in refined sugars and processed foods that can support the growth of harmful organisms in your gut and increase your risk for digestive issues. In many cases, just reducing your intake of these foods can help, but this dietary shift alone may not be enough.
Your gut microbiome may in fact have trouble with foods most people define as “healthy.” Even foods like spinach, kale, or fermented foods that are often associated with a healthy gut may not be a good choice depending on the state of your gut.
But eating the right foods can promote your healthspan and maintain balance in your gut, body, and mind.
Stabilizing your gut ecosystem allows for the gut to improve its hold over the central nervous system.*