It is well known that there is both good and bad bacteria that play important roles in the overall health of the human body. The makeup of this bacteria ecosystem is commonly referred to as the “human microbiome.” The microbiome includes all the genetic material of all the microbes that live in and on the human body. What most people are less familiar with, however, is how to keep the microbiome in proper equilibrium. With 70% of your immune system being controlled in your gut, the regulation of your digestive system is a substantial part of your microbiome. Unfortunately, it just so happens that it is much easier to offset this balance than it is to maintain it.