It is no secret that our gut health affects all parts of the body and the way we feel. An unhealthy gastrointestinal microbiome, where the bacteria population is imbalanced, can cause bloating, gas, and other discomforts to occur and could even lead to serious health problems. The microflora that lives inside us contains between five to 10 times as many cells as the 37 trillion cells that make up the human body. It is important to keep this part of our body healthy with 70% of our immune system residing in the gut. With this in mind, the time you take to care for your microbiome should be seen as a priority for your overall health.