Stomach Inflammation And Anxiety
Why is nutrition the key to fight depression? A strong correlation between nutrition and stress shows there are surprising effects of foods on nutrition.
One of the most underutilized way to address anxiety and depression is through nutrition and how we absorb that nutrition from the foods we eat. The key being nutritious and healthy foods. But what most people don't realize is that the lack of nutrition from foods can cause inflammation in the body, and this inflammation is one of the biggest culprits of depression and anxiety.
How Foods Can Impact Us Positively
Society's Health Is At A Tipping Point
Do you have any idea how real is your food? Looking at how we provide our body with good nutrition, we should always ask how foods can impact us positively.
It seems that the health of our society is at a tipping point. The amount of people eating actual real food made with real ingredients seems to be reducing year to year. When you couple that with how the body treats these fake foods as toxins, it become evident that many are doing more harm than good when it comes to nutrition and eating so-called natural foods.
Of course you know I value the benefits of probiotics, but I've wondered can probiotics make supplements more effective or is there something needed so that if you want probiotics to work, then you need these to work?
In this podcast episode, I look at the relationship between supplements and probiotics and share why most vitamin supplements are not beneficial. It has to do with postbiotics. So what exactly do postbiotics do in our body?
NOTE: Thanks so much for listening to this episode. We've seen the number of plays increasing every month, and we'd like to keep this going if you could simply tap the "Like" button below. Helping spread the gut-health word is crucial, so if you could do that or share that on any of your social media stories, that would be a huge help. Thanks. Jared
Why Wrong Nutrition Facts Can Be Bad
Nutrition Guidelines Don't Apply To You
Have you ever wonder why nutrition is wrong or that the information you find on the internet doesn't apply to you? The biggest mistakes of nutrition facts is exactly that: not everything you read applies to you.
I'd really like to begin a discussion about the generalization, or really the oversimplification of the dietary guidelines find on the interwebs today. The biggest fallacy known to mankind is thinking that the nutritional information that you hear about or read about applies 100 percent to you. Rarely, if ever, it does, and it's a good starting point, it's never a good ending point because we're all completely different.
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.