top of page

Gut Microbiome, Hormones & Mental Health

Updated: Feb 9

Mental health, the foods you eat, the quality of your gut microbiome, and your hormones are all deeply connected.

If you have gut dysbiosis, that means an imbalance of unhealthy gut bacteria, you may be experiencing:

  • Gas and bloating

  • Inflammation, weight issues, and achy muscles/joints

  • Fatigue and sleep issues

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Acid reflux and heartburn

  • Skin issues and psoriasis

  • Food intolerances and/or uncomfortable symptoms

  • Stress, Anxiety, Depression

  • Frequent colds and illnesses

How are these symptoms connected to your mental health?

Serotonin – the happy hormone – 90% of it is produced in the gut

Dopamine – the feel good hormone – 50% is synthesized in the gut

Ghrelin – the hunger hormone – is produced in the gut

Insulin – the blood sugar regulator – is produced in the pancreas but is heavily influenced by the state of your intestine and gut microbiota.

So, taking care of your gut health is taking care of your mental health and your hormones.

Quick ways to reduce gut inflammation and unhealthy bacteria?

  • Whole food diet rich with prebiotic foods – onions, garlic, asparagus, leafy greens

  • Remove or reduce processed foods, sugars, dairy, grains, gluten, and fast foods

  • Probiotic foods – fermented vegetables, water kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut

Best of luck, habit changes are not easy, but they are worth it!

Here is a quick video about my testing and why it makes sense for you to join my incredibly helpful and life-changing program!


bottom of page