Let thy gut be thy soil

 Optimal health and peak performance begin by training the gut towards functional capacity

The small intestine has a surface area the size of a double's tennis court, and is the most active physical interface between your body and the world around it.  It's single layered absorption surface is designed to absorb nutrients, repel waste, and defend the body against infection. 


In other words, just as the determinig factor for the health of all vegetation is the soil from which it is nourished, so too the gut has a central role in shaping our physical health. 


Is your gut in need of a personal trainer?

The Jerusalem Center for Functional Medicine


Moshe Zilberg 30, Bayit Vegan

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