Things You Must Know About How Bacteria Evolves
What is the truth of how bacteria evolves? Bacterial evolution affects everyone differently, and there is big money in knowing how bacteria evolves.
Just like all living things, our microbiome has changed through the centuries, and not necessarily always for the better. You probably wouldn't be too surprised if I said that the makeup of our guts and microbiome is significantly different than what was present in humans 100 centuries ago. As we have evolved physically, our behaviors have evolved as well. This natural evolution has been due in large part to those factors that have been intended to simplify or improve our lives.
Who Else Is Lying To Us About The Benefits Of Probiotics?
Is there a quick way to solve health problems using probiotic pills? Most think all probiotics work, but are there reasons why your probiotic pills fail?
The effectiveness of probiotics depends more on choosing the right type of probiotic pill. There are definitely numerous reasons why you might want to begin taking probiotics if you have digestive issues or are looking to improve your gut health, but as much as the media touts their benefits, there are even some negatives (albeit only a few) as to why you might not want to begin taking them or incorporating them into your wellness regimen.
Is A Vegan Diet Better?
With all of the attention on specific diets and specific foods within those diets, it's normal to question whether things like the vegan diet or lifestyle is actually health? It really doesn't matter if you break it down by philosophy or by what you may have read in the newspaper, it comes down to whether or not the foods you eat help you get to an ideal weight.
Have you ever thought about what your gut instinct is telling you? Ultimately, your gut instinct comes down to what your stomach is trying to tell you.
If it affects your digestion, is there a reason why you should always trust your gut instinct? In this episode of The Mental Minute, I start by explaining what is gut instinct, then I break down how to trust your gut instinct.
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The Best Way To Use Your Gut Feelings
Gut Feeling And Your Brain
How do you use your gut instincts? Do you trust your gut feelings? I hope you took my advice today and listened to your guts and either did something or didn't do something based on what your gut was telling you to do. And got you to thinking a little bit about those you know, the stories that tend to create and recreate in your life and that constantly come up. Those ones? That make you shook your head or maybe you get so frustrated because they keep on coming up.
Well, I want you guys to actually check out your part of the story. Meaning that the one commonality of all those stories is you. And that you actually have the choice to make those changes of whether things can or can't happen to you. You are that guiding force. You're that guiding light, you're the pilot, you are the captain. You are not the passenger of a ship, a passenger of a plane.
Empathy, How To Improve
One of the topics of conversation I seem to be having most often with my children is how to be a more compassionate and understanding human being. My biggest challenge when discussing the state of the world is to show them that they have to take an active role in life. My belief is that we are put on this earth to create a better space for those around us. Before we create a better space out of our circle, however, we should create a better space within our circle. And that starts with having empathy. ⠀
Empathy is different that sympathy. Sympathy takes no action on your part, whereas empathy requires you to take an active role in understanding the other party; your goal is to understand them better. When discussing a difficult situation, my kids have a habit of saying things like, "that's sad" or "I can't believe that happened to him/her". That's sympathy. Empathy would require them to ask different questions. (If you want to continue reading, listen to or download this podcast, follow the link).
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.