Improve your gut health with Somarka
The gut microbiome, also known as the gut flora, is the collection of trillions of microorganisms living in the human digestive tract.
The gut microbiome helps us break down food, absorb nutrients, and produce short-chain fatty acids, which can be used as an energy source for the body. Through complex interplay with immune system pathways, the gut microbiome protects the body from harmful pathogens and helps prevent infections.
Studies have also shown that changes in the gut microbiome can affect our mood and behavior, and that negative changes of the gut microbiome play a role in conditions such as anxiety and depression.
The Microbiome Study
In 2022, a double-blind placebo-controlled study was conducted to test the effects of Somarka water on the microbiome of human adults. The main output of the study was the dysbiosis index, which describes the degree of change in the microbiome over time.
An incredible 17% average improvement of the microbiome was found in the group of participants who consumed Somarka water, compared to the placebo group. This was a remarkable difference, produced by a simple yet powerful adjustment of their drinking water.
Our overall health and well-being is dependent on a healthy gut flora. A rich and diverse gut microbiome is associated with a lower risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
By treating your drinking water with Somarka, you can help your body create an environment in which your gut microbiome will thrive and provide you with a strong foundation for health, strength and vitality.
More information about the study will be available soon.
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