There Are 5 Gut Types: Here's How To Know Which One You Have

Last, but not least, if none of the primary gut types sound like you, or you feel like you are a combination of all 5, I'd classify your gut as a “wildcard” gut, primarily characterized by inflammation when you are out of balance.The symptoms of the wildcard gut are vast including (but not limited to): high blood pressure, high cholesterol, joint pain or chronic pain, arthritis, feeling swollen, occasional bloating, constipation, yeast infections, skin flares, headaches, seasonal allergies, heartburn and indigestion, irregular bowel habits.Sometimes inflammation is even “silent,” without symptoms. A person may just feel tired or generally unwell.Basically, with a wildcard gut type, your gut may be inflamed, but you can’t always put your finger on what's going on.

There Are 5 Gut Types: Here's How To Know Which One You Have

Last, but not least, if none of the primary gut types sound like you, or you feel like you are a combination of all 5, I'd classify your gut as a “wildcard” gut, primarily characterized by inflammation when you are out of balance.

The symptoms of the wildcard gut are vast including (but not limited to): high blood pressure, high cholesterol, joint pain or chronic pain, arthritis, feeling swollen, occasional bloating, constipation, yeast infections, skin flares, headaches, seasonal allergies, heartburn and indigestion, irregular bowel habits.

Sometimes inflammation is even “silent,” without symptoms. A person may just feel tired or generally unwell.

Basically, with a wildcard gut type, your gut may be inflamed, but you can’t always put your finger on what's going on.