We Are Not A Sum Of Our Body Parts
Why Our Body Is All Connected
Understanding how our body works in tandem is important if we like to live holistically. We aren't a collection or sum of body our parts acting separately.
It's important to begin looking at the state of our gut health as a cumulative effect of our body's health. Our body is a complete system: everything is connected. We are not simply a head that has been placed randomly and acts separately from the spinal cord upon which it sits. Our body relies upon these two components working in tandem to move our limbs that branch off from that spine to walk, move, talk, and complete any other functional movement.
Athletes And Their Gut Health
Nutrition, Gut Health, And Athletic Performance
Is there a best way to use nutrition to improve athletic performance? Getting the most from foods eaten is important to athletes and their gut health.
Most athletes rarely give consideration to their guts, but they should. Why? It is from within their guts and digestion that athletic performance can be improved. This improvement can be large or small, but it can be the difference between crashing and burning or powering through towards the finish line. But there's so much more to it than eating.
No One Really Knows How You Feel
When it comes to health and wellness, no one really knows how you feel. No matter what pills are recommended or cures are suggested, no one knows how you feel.
So if you are ultimately in charge of your health, how do you change your health for the better? In this episode of the Go With Your Gut podcast, I breakdown why the differences in eating styles are irrelevant and why do people think keto is a religion? The bottom line is how we go about learning how to digest foods is the key to ultimate health.
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Fatigue Is Caused By Too Much Sugar
Are you aware that fatigue is generally caused by too much sugar? It's the sugars we consume that drain our bodies and ultimately our fatigue is caused by sugar.
Excess amount of sugar can create a resistance to proper regulation, so the question should be does insulin resistance cause weight gain? In this episode of The Mental Minute, I briefly discuss what happens when you consume sugars and the sugar spike symptoms to consider. Your body addiction to sugars is at stake.
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Stress And Digestive Disorders
Good Digestion Means Less Stress
Can stress cause digestive disorders? There has to be a significant relationship between stress and our digestive system, but what is it?
When our bodies are under constant stress, it seems completely plausible that this can lead to digestive disorders. So on the opposite end of the spectrum, we could probably conclude good digestion means less stress, right? Regardless of where you fall, we all want to know what does stress and anxiety do to the digestive system,
These podcasts are an extension of me sharing what I believe is the source to be healthy emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually: a strong gut.