A friend has joined it NotSpaghetti and her motivation was to improve an autoimmune chronic skin condition. She has had very good results after a short time, and her skin is better than it has ever been. She is now for example making her own live yoghurts to improve gut microbiome.
I have picked up some hints from her, although of course one size doesn’t fit all, which is what Tim Spectre is keen to emphasise. We all, even identical twins, metabolise food in different ways. For example a particular food may raise blood sugar rapidly in one person, but not in another. Very interesting.
The research into gut microbiome is so exciting, and the balance of healthy microbes can affect so many other functions such as the immune system, and even moods!