This is part of a series I’ve been creating for Azumio. Azumio is an app company dedicated to improve health and wellness by tracking sleep and steps, monitoring your glucose levels and heart rate, and providing exercise libraries and routines.
Have you ever noticed your stomach feeling upset or bloated after eating a meal, or noticed a pimple pop up on your face the next morning after eating a lot of certain food? Your body is an incredible and complex thing. In addition to the many processes it does to keep things going, it’s constantly giving you feedback on how it’s feeling, including if it can handle the foods you’re eating.
Some of that feedback can be positive, and some of it could be negative. Depending on your health history and what’s going on with your body, your body would be in need of some healing or adjustments. That healing could be working on improving your digestion, hormone balance, blood sugar regulation, or reducing your inflammation. Whichever one applies to you, the foods we eat can affect that healing.
We could have food intolerances or allergies that we’re not aware of. Some food intolerances could resolve themselves after healing and rebalancing your gut, and some could still be an issue even after gut healing. It depends on your body and health situation, and can be helpful to seek guidance from a medical or nutritional professional.