How a Healthy Digestive Tract Helps Weight Loss

Weight loss is hard. However, a healthy gut goes a long way in helping you lose weight. One of the easiest things you can do for the health of your digestive tract is take a natural, allergen-free supplement, like Evvea. Keep reading to learn how a healthy digestive tract supports weight loss.

How to Achieve a Healthy Digestive Tract

There are many things you can do to achieve a healthy digestive tract. First, maintain a high-fiber diet. Taking a daily dose of 2 capsules of Evvea Probiotic is an easy way to achieve this. It includes prebiotic soluble fiber and eight lactose-free beneficial microorganisms. This supplement has the added benefit of reducing chronic bloating, functional constipation, and unexplained cramping and gas.

Second, eat fermented foods. Yogurt, sourdough bread, olives, and much more are excellent sources of live microorganisms which act as probiotics. Third, avoid junk food. Fourth, get plenty of rest. Finally, get adequate exercise.

How a Healthy Gut Helps Weight Loss

A healthy digestive tract aids weight loss in several ways. A healthy gut affects how your body digests food, reduces inflammation, and produces chemicals which make you feel full. Let’s take a closer look.

Improves Digestion

The more diverse the bacteria in your lower gut, the less you are likely to weigh. Gut bacteria play a key role in the digestion process because they line the walls of your intestines and come into contact with everything you eat and drink. In fact, gut bacteria can digest things, such as fiber, that the human body cannot.

When you eat a diet high in fiber and carbohydrates, the bacterium Prevotella is more prominent in your gut. However, when your diet is higher in fat and animal protein, you will find more Bacteroidetes in your gut. Research shows that after 26 weeks, people with more Prevotella in their gut than Bacteroidetes lost 5.1 pounds more body fat. Furthermore, healthy gut bacteria helps you digest flavonoids which prevent further weight gain, and it affects how fat will be stored in your body.

Reduces Inflammation

Did you know that chronic inflammation is linked to weight gain? Inflammation is your body’s natural response to infection and occurs when your immune system is activated. So what does this have to do with weight? Studies show that high levels of inflammatory chemicals in your fat tissue and bloodstream contribute to both insulin resistance and weight gain.

Fortunately, certain strains of probiotics, such as Akkermansia and Bifidobacteria keep your gut barrier strong and healthy. This prevents other bacteria species, like lipopolysaccharide, from passing into your bloodstream and causing inflammation and weight gain.

Controls Hunger

We all know if we eat too much we will gain weight. However, even if we eat only when we’re hungry, we may still consume too many calories, resulting in weight gain. Studies show that taking prebiotic supplements increase levels of PYY, or peptide YY, and GLP-1. These hormones allowed participants to reduce food consumption and lose weight without having to think about what they were eating.

Taking 16 grams of prebiotics daily for just two weeks results in high hydrogen levels in your breath. This indicates a high level of fermentation from the bacteria in your gut and higher levels of appetite-reducing hormones to keep you feeling full on moderate portions of food.  Evvea’s recommended daily dose of 2 capsules supports your gut’s need for prebiotics by delivering 440mg of them.  Eating foods such as Yogurt can supply the rest.

Propionate is a short-chain fatty acid, a chemical produced when particular bacteria species in your gut break down fiber. Evvea is a great way to get more fiber in your diet, increase the levels of propionate in your gut, and help you curb hunger and lose weight.

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Weight loss is hard, but taking supplements, such as Evvea, can improve your gut health and make weight loss a little easier. For more information on how a healthy digestive tract helps weight loss, visit, or contact us today.

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