Revisiting old text books from medicine refreshes my memories about Metabolism. It is essentially the process by which our bodies make energy from the food we eat. All foods top state Junk, Organic and quickies have constituents that we read and thrive to control. These are proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Stomach Enzymes , Chemicals in our digestive system break the food parts down into its smaller parts such as sugar and acids. These are actually the engine runners or the fuel. This energy is stored in tissues, such as your liver, muscles, and body fat.
GUT in a layman language may mean NERVE (not the nerves but nerve to perform bold acts), with a slight drift to the medical world or anatomy it may mean Stomach, belly, Abdomen and in literal medicine term it may mean, “gastrointestinal tract”.
The gut is the largest mucosal organ of the body and as such is at the forefront of the body’s immune (ability to fight foreign invasion) homeostasis (also, in regulation of temperature and the balance between acidity and alkalinity (pH). Read through for its importance and its necessity for good health and its role in diabetes, arthritis and other common disorders on the rise!