There is an old saying that goes, “Belief in your gut.” Although this usually translates as trusting your instincts and intuition, the saying also applies to physical well-being. The gastrointestinal tract has a lot to do with how food enters and returns from the body. It plays a key role in supporting the strength of the body, regardless of the obstacles it may encounter. We believe that health is wealth. That’s why we want to share the telltale signs of bowel disease so you can take quick action to improve your health.
1. Hair loss is more noticeable Although it is normal for our hair to fall out on a daily basis, excessive amounts of hair loss and the appearance of bald spots can be quite alarming. Hair loss is often associated with stress, but medical experts have found that in addition to stress, our intestines may also be responsible for keeping our hair thin and falling out. This is because they are responsible for the production of vitamin B7 or biotin, which prevents hair loss and skin diseases.