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Why is a Healthy Gut so Critical for Health – Abby Grimm, MS, RDN, LD
Did you know there’s about 100 trillion bacteria in the gut and it’s a combination of good and bad that live in our digestive system.
This is also known as the gut microbiota and determining how healthy your gut is can dictate the outcome of how you feel on a daily basis. In this podcast, we speak with Dietitian Abby Grimm, who specializes in functional medicine and works with individuals to restore gut function to optimize health. We discuss what the microbiome is, what types of foods influence it in a positive and negative way, how probiotics fit into the equation, and things you may be doing to harm gut function.
Abby Grimm, MS, RDN, LD
Abby Grimm is a functionally trained performance dietitian based in Cleveland, OH. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Dayton and completed her Master of Science in Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University. She works in private practice for FWDfuel Sports Nutrition, a company focused on bridging the gap between conventional sports nutrition and integrative and functional nutrition. She guides individuals on using lifestyle and food as medicine to optimize their health and performance. She specializes in helping individuals overcome hormone imbalances, poor gut health, and performance plateaus. Abby is on a mission to help individuals understand their physiology, in particular, the critical role nutrition plays in optimizing overall health and human performance.
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