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Scientific meta-analyses, systematic reviews and review articles that support gut dysbiosis in human symptoms.

Digestive Discomfort

Persistent bloating, gas, and irregular bowel movements may indicate an imbalance in gut microorganisms, pointing towards dysbiosis.

Mood Swings

Dysbiosis has been linked to mood swings, with symptoms ranging from anxiety to moments of low mood, showcasing the gut-brain connection.

Frequent Illnesses

Frequent illnesses may indicate a compromised immune system, often associated with an imbalanced gut microbiome.

Intense Sugar Cravings

Cravings for sugary foods might be linked to dysbiosis, as certain imbalances can influence appetite-regulating hormones.

Depressive Episodes

Dysbiosis has been associated with fluctuations in mood, potentially contributing to episodes of depression.


Chronic headaches or migraines could be influenced by inflammation and neurotransmitter imbalances related to gut health.


Worsening or development of new allergies might be linked to dysbiosis-induced alterations in immune responses.

Chronic Fatigue

A feeling of constant tiredness can stem from compromised nutrient absorption due to dysbiosis disrupting the digestive process.

Skin Irritations

Conditions like acne, eczema, or psoriasis might be exacerbated by dysbiosis, emphasising the skin's sensitivity to gut health.

Joint Discomfort

Inflammation triggered by dysbiosis may contribute to joint discomfort, affecting overall mobility.

Brain Fog

Difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, and mental confusion may be indicative of the impact of dysbiosis on cognitive function.

Excessive Gas

Persistent and excessive gas production can be a symptom of dysbiosis affecting the normal digestive processes.

Constant Hunger

Dysbiosis may alter signals related to hunger and satiety, leading to persistent feelings of hunger even after eating.

Vitamin Deficiencies

Poor absorption of nutrients due to dysbiosis can result in deficiencies, potentially leading to a range of health issues.

New Food Sensitivities

Developing sensitivities or intolerances to certain foods may signal an unhealthy shift in gut flora.

Unexplained Weight Changes

Unexplained weight gain or difficulty in weight management could be influenced by dysbiosis-induced metabolic changes.

Sleep Disturbances

Disruptions in the gut-brain axis can lead to sleep problems, emphasising the role of gut health in regulating sleep patterns.

Increased Anxiety

Heightened feelings of anxiety or a sense of unease may be linked to the intricate communication between the gut and the brain.

Abdominal Pain

Unexplained discomfort or pain in the abdominal region may signal disruptions in the gut ecosystem.

Decreased Libido

Changes in gut health may impact hormone regulation, potentially contributing to a decrease in libido.

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