The Microbiome Mender Protocol comes with a 22 page ebook to follow the process easily and effectively.
Did you know that there’s an entire universe inside you? Well, it’s true!
I’m talking about your gut microbiome—the universe of microbes that live in your intestinal tract.
It is time we stop being at war with the microbes and understand their importance. It is time we help the little good guys. It is time we understood we are a part of the microbiome and the microbiome is a part of us.
Microbes play a huge role in keeping you healthy.
One of, if not the most important factor that influences your overall health, is in fact, your gut, or more specifically, the microbes that live within your gut. These microbes are fungi, bacteria, and other single-celled organisms. Some of these microbes reside on the skin and internal surfaces of the body, but most take up residence in your digestive tract. While your body includes about 22,000 human genes, it also hosts as many as 3.3 million microbial genes, 150 times more genes than our own genome.
An underlying factor behind most health conditions and symptoms is gut dysbiosis—an imbalance between healthy and unhealthy microorganisms in the intestinal tract. I compare an unhealthy gut ecosystem to a garden overgrown with weeds. The roots of weeds will determine the microbiology of the soil and create an environment where they will thrive. We need to change this environment.
These critters, in return for lodging in your body, pay their rent by working in harmony with your cells and tissues. In fact, your gut microbiome directly influences every major body system. Seventy percent of your immune system is located in your gut. These microbes also play a critical role in your appetite regulation, allergies, metabolism, and even neurological function and behavior.
In short, they can have a huge impact on the way you feel. They help you to digest your meals, make essential nutrients that you are unable to produce on your own, influence the expression of your DNA, and protect you from disease.
So as you can imagine, with all the functions they play, if these microbes are out of balance, it can lead to some serious problems and increase your risk of developing a host of chronic diseases including cancer. Significant improvements in the gut ecosystem translate to a reduction of bacterial overgrowths; less inflammation; healing of the gut lining; calming of overzealous immune responses; and better absorption of nutrients from food.
This Protocol is a offering to help the good little guys and therefore help the health of the human. Living Ground has created a “Microbiome Package” and, staying true to the core value of health and healing (education), we have also provided you, the reader, with the recipes to make your own ingredients.
MICROBES AND PLANTS ARE INTIMATE PARTNERS IN VIRTUALLY EVERY LIFE PROCESS.
Microbes support plant health by increasing the availability of nutrients, enhancing plant root growth, neutralizing toxic compounds in the soil, making plants more resistant to disease, heat, flooding, and drought, and deterring pathogens and predators. Microbes and plants are intimate partners in virtually every life process.
With this new understanding, we at Living Ground know our products are of high and superior value. We are mimiking nature so that our plants and produce are healthy, full and hold the special medicines that help the human being.
All products in our Alchemy Category are made lovingly is our Commercial Kitchen and Apothecary POD.