What is the Microbiome and How does it affect our Metabolism?
Microbiome changes (trillions of microbes) in our gut are especially significant relating to our metabolism and inflammation.
What is the microbiome?
We have approximately 70 trillion human cells in our body, and 100 trillion non-human cells such as fungi, bacteria, yeast, viruses. We are basically “a bag of germs covered in human skin”. There are typically about 2.2 million bacteria per square centimeter which is .6 inches square. We actually have microbiome communities in our body. For example we have a microbiome that is on the eye, a different microbiome on the eyelid, and yet a different microbiome on our forearm. Our bloodstream has a microbiome, so does our brain, our throat, digestive tract, etc.
Most of these microbes live in the large intestine and it is critical they be healthy.
We need to have diversity in the microbiome! We think germs are bad, but most of the germs are healthy when our immune system is healthy and it’s all in balance.
What kind of foods feed the garden within us? A diversity of food with fiber feed the microbiome. We need a variety of fresh vegetables and fruit!
With great metabolism we are lean, fit, and have youthful vitality for life.
A damaged metabolism is obesity, disease and aging. We Can Change That.
Renovare uses Photobiomics -or photons of light- to change the microbiome. Our Low-Level Light Lasers include the Fx 405 which is used for brain health issues and the Zerona which is used for our second brain – our gut. The Zerona is FDA approved for losing inches as in fat loss – Safely and Effectively.
The lasers we use at Renovare turn off inflammation and help with our second brain and reduce obesity by changing the microbiome.
Do you desire increased microbiome, reduced inflammation, reduced fat, and an increased metabolism so that you can enjoy a life full of vitality?
Call Renovare Wellness to set up your consultation today. 623.776.0206.
We have trained staff that are passionate about assisting you with your journey.
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