Gut Check

Controlling Your Master Switch for Improved Health

100 Daily discussions for improved digestion and overall health 

With dr. anna toker 


Control Your Weight

Improve Sleep

More Energy



You are made out of trillions of cells

Individual building blocks, put together very specifically into organ systems that carry out all of life’s functions.

However, tucked away inside your intestines and floating around in the digestive juices are 10 times that many single celled organisms. These hidden germs (excuse the pun) comprise what we call the microbiome. The substances in the digestive soup created by these outside organisms in the microbiome are critical to life, yet most people are oblivious to the vital role they serve day-to-day.


The microbiome regularly communicates with your brain and all other organ systems of your body. That means your behaviors, food choices, circadian rhythm, and health are controlled by this alien group. The host of your microbiome system is designed to benefit both you and the microbiome itself. If you are ignorant of this system, the balance of power will favor the microbiome, leaving you with metabolic, mood, sleep, and immunologic disorders.



If you are tired, cannot focus, struggle to control your weight or have immune/inflammatory diseases, then you are at the mercy of these single celled organisms. They are in charge, NOT you. It is troubling to hear that you are not in control of your biological functions, but do not lose hope! By changing the way you treat the microbiome it will positively change your health and your mood.


The goal of this program is to teach you about digestion and how the digestive system communicates with the microbiome in order to improve your quality of life. Along the way, I also describe different food and herbal products that interact with the microbiome to improve different symptoms and types of diseases. I have included toxicity quizzes, a food diary, a symptom diary, and a hydration diary as tools that can help you track your progress.

To live your best and healthiest life, you need to learn what your microbiome is trying to tell you through hormonal signals and how you can respond in an appropriate way.




Are you Suffering from poor gut health?

Do any of these symptoms apply to you?

  • Addiction to simple carbohydrates/sugar
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Gastrointestinal distress
  • Fatigue
  • Unexplained changes in weight
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Skin Ailments
  • Poor Sleep

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More benefits of this program

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A balanced microbiome promotes efficient digestion and nutrient absorption, reducing issues like bloating, gas, and indigestion.

A diverse microbiome helps stimulate the immune system, making it more effective at recognizing and fighting off infections.

A healthy microbiome can help regulate inflammatory responses in the body, potentially lowering the risk of chronic inflammatory conditions.

The gut-brain connection is well-established, and a healthy microbiome can contribute to better mental health, potentially reducing the risk of anxiety and depression.

A balanced microbiome can influence metabolism and fat storage, potentially aiding in weight management.

An improved microbiome can help reduce skin issues like acne, eczema, and rosacea by influencing inflammation and immune responses.

A diverse gut microbiome may help modulate immune responses and reduce the risk of developing allergies.

Certain bacteria in the gut can synthesize vitamins and nutrients, enhancing overall nutrient availability.

A balanced oral microbiome can contribute to healthier teeth and gums, potentially reducing the risk of cavities and gum disease.

A healthy microbiome may help regulate blood sugar levels, lowering the risk of type 2 diabetes.

A balanced microbiome can contribute to lower cholesterol levels and reduced risk of heart disease.

The gut-brain axis plays a role in regulating sleep patterns, so a healthy microbiome may lead to improved sleep quality.

A balanced microbiome may help prevent or manage autoimmune conditions by promoting immune system balance.

The gut-brain connection also affects cognitive function, and a healthy microbiome could potentially support better memory and cognitive abilities.

Gut bacteria can influence hormone levels, potentially leading to improved hormonal balance.

A diverse microbiome can improve the absorption of essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

A balanced gut microbiome can contribute to better energy production and utilization, leading to improved vitality.

A healthy microbiome can influence metabolism and contribute to a lower risk of metabolic syndrome, a cluster of conditions that increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.

A well-maintained microbiome is associated with healthier aging and increased longevity.


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