Help your gut help you; With gut health being of the utmost of importance, NeoVos explains how you can utilise the help of the trillions of bacteria in your gut to regulate your appetite, fat storage, weight loss, energy production and immune system. There can be many risks of bad gut health, and all of these things we outline, it can help reduce the risk of developing type II diabetes, heart disease and colon cancer. (45, 46).
The gut produces Short-Chain Fatty Acids; acetate, propionate and butyrate amongst other essential metabolites, hormones and neurochemicals and can risk your gut health deteriorating if not monitored and looked after correctly.
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For example, in the hypothalamus, acetate changes the level of several compounds (glutamate, glutamine and GABA) responsible for the reduction of appetite(44).
Poor gut health will increase your chances of developing several other health issues, such as: