Gut Health

What is it and why is it important?

There are three areas: the health of your stomach, the health of your large intestine, the health of your small intestine, and all three have to work properly.

What can lead to gut dysregulations? 

  • Antibiotics

  • Anti-inflammatories

  • Illness that tagets the stomach 

  • High stress situations for long periods of time

  • Exposure to inflammatory foods 

  • High consumption of alcohol

  • High consumption of caffeine

Gut change, either in the stomach, the small snippet, the large intestine or the combination of all three, makes you more likely to develop diseases.


Nutrition is critical, but, it's not so much what you eat, It's how much quality nutrients you can absorb. And, regardless of whether you're taking supplements or eating healthy food if you do not have a healthy gut, likewise, likely you do not have proper nutrition.

Did you know that medications and supplements can commonly cause nutritional depletions? For example, birth control causes a nutritional depletion of B vitamins. So most women that take birth control have low B vitamins, and without supplementing them, they can find themselves getting sick.


So even people that eat well and take supplements may not have proper nutrition, and poor nutrition is your biggest risk factor for developing a disease.

At BodyScience we do comprehensive nutritional evaluations to understand the current state of your nutritional health, guidance as to how to correct it, and we offer IV's and supplementation to fix those depletions.