The bottom line of living a productive lifestyle is answering the daily question of how to achieve wellness and optimal health? Based on more and more research and lack of progress, we are beginning to see that pharmaceuticals don't work and nutrition can assist our bodies health.
In today's episode of The Mental Minute, I explain a bit about how have bacteria evolved resistance to antibiotics. This is important because pharmaceutical drug prescriptions are becoming more of the go-to to better health by the media today. But there is a better way, and it's how we can go back to a more natural lifestyle.
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Is there a significant relationship between food nutrition and your health? Ultimately it comes down to finding out what works well for each of us and understanding health related issues like, how many edible plant species are there and available for us to eat.
In this podcast episode of The Mental Minute, I look at nutrition from the basis of how nutrient dense whole foods are so that we can learn how to spend less money on food. By getting more nutrition from our foods and eating a wide variety of foods like more edible plants, there ultimately will be a significant correlation between, food diversity, illness, and our health.
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Is there such a thing as a best remedy for hangover? How do you exactly go about to reduce a hangover? Can it be done (or even eliminated) with probiotics and better gut health?
We all know drinking too much alcohol at one time does damage to our bodies. It can cause brain fog and wreaks havoc on our body's ability to eliminate toxins. In this Go With Your Gut Podcast, I explain why eliminating sugars can go a long way to minimize the effects of brain fog during a hangover.
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Can we all admit that dietary guidelines are hard? There is so much misinformation out there, I would be comfortable saying web nutrition facts are generally wrong and don't apply to you.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I explain why there are so many mistakes found in nutrition "facts" or on nutrition labels. The bottom line is that the nutritional guidelines generally don't apply to you. Here's why.
I hope you learned a bit more about all that generic nutritional information found on the internet. If you did, do me a huge favor and click the like button below or share it on Twitter. Or better yet, take a quick screenshot and post it on your Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat story. It would mean the world, and if you did, (speaking of misinformation) you can download my free white page as to why probiotic supplements won't work.
Is there a way to biohack your weight? Are things like paleo, vegan or ketogenic biohacking? The hardest part of getting healthy is unlocking certain aspects of health and if you can biohack your body, you might be able to achieve it quicker.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I look at 3 things the body needs to function and relate it to whether or not eating certain kinds of foods can help you obtain better health. Are high fat foods better for you than eating low fat foods? Are processed foods digested differently? It's in this minute podcast.
I appreciate you listening to this episode. I hope you learned a bit about understanding what the 3 most important parts of nutrition are and how it relates to the foods you eat. If you enjoyed it, please click the like below below or share it with your audience. Or better yet, take a screen shot and share it on your Instagram or Snapchat story. It would mean the world.
If I was to say that everyone should eat like an omnivore, would you even know where to begin. A bear is not exclusively a carnivore, so how can you model your lifestyle around living like omnivore based upon your surrounds?
In today's episode of The Mental Minute, I explain briefly why you should be an omnivore in terms of what you eat and how you live your life. The reason is that in order to be healthy, you have to be adaptable and to live like an omnivore is the closest thing we have to being that way.
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Are you making the necessary healthy lifestyle changes in order to improve your digestion and gut health? If you believe you are, the next logical question should be whether you are being proactive or reactive when it comes to improving your digestion.
In this episode of my Go With You Gut podcast, I reiterate why gut health requires activity. The important part is to actually make a decision to make changes. The bottom line is that you must be proactive for your gut health,
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What the one thing that most health professionals don't want you to know about food combining and your health? Is there a relationship between food combining and good digestion?
In this episode of The Mental Minute I look at one of the most popular parts of health that many people are discussing, and that is what is food combining and how does it affect digestion? In 60 seconds, I address whether or not food combining is important for your overall health.
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Did you know the health of your gut determines your sickness? Whether you have a strong immune system or poor digestion your gut health determines how sick you'll be.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I share why having a healthy gut doesn't automatically mean you won't be sick. The way most interpret the articles found on the internet today, a healthy gut means you won't be sick, but I explain why that's not the case.
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Do you trust your gut instincts? Are there situations in your life that require you to questions whether you should or shouldn't trust your gut instincts?
In this 1 minute episode of The Mental Minute, I explain how trusting your gut instincts can lead you to make good decisions and how the health of your gut allows this to happen. If you want to make good decisions and think clearly when faced with a difficult decision, this podcast is for you.
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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.