Organized by: Joshua Shuck
If reaching your body's ideal weight, optimal immunity and overall happiness were as simple as eating food, wouldn’t you be skeptical? New research says it is that simple! There are trillions of microscopic bacteria working on your payroll. These microbes are responsible for facilitating your metabolism, governing the production of your neurotransmitters and regulating your immune system. Since most of your microbes work inside your gut, attention from around the world has been drawn to your gut flora to provide you with the resources you need to keep your employees working happily. Through the application of knowledge in foods that nourish your micro flora you will feel better, respond faster and save on unnecessary foods and healthcare costs. The research is steadily growing but there’s one fact that has been made clear; since 90% of your cells are not human, for your health, you should trust your gut.
Microbes are the oldest form of life on earth. We've known this, but up until recently we found that not all microorganisms are bad. You are made up of trillions of bacteria (the human microbiome) that work together to keep your body working at peak efficiency, mentally and physically. The majority of these bacteria reside in your gut, therefore linking your diet to a plethora of disorders. When you improve your diet, you improve the balance of your gut flora and you effortlessly find yourself happy and healthy.
Eufloria wants to be the catalyst in the awareness of a balanced flora and it’s correlation with our health and well being. An unbalanced microbiome can cause cognitive, digestive, immune and dermatological issues. With more resources, we could deliver our message to more people as well as show them how to enrich their lives. We could give back to people that have spent hours dealing with the time and expense, simply by showing them what foods they should avoid and how to prepare meals with foods that nourish the good bacteria.
Your money will contribute by:
- Offering food and the education of which foods contribute to a healthy micro flora to individuals that have been diagnosed with a severe symptom of an unbalanced microbiome
- Building and utilizing a greenhouse garden to grow fresh produce
- Website design and host to increase reach more people