How To Repair Gut Lining
Is it possible to keep our intestines healthy? Ultimately, we want to know how to protect it from bacteria in order to keep our immune system strong.
Probiotics have a mission in our bodies to shield the intestinal barrier from breaking down. They also can effect on how tight of a barrier our intestinal cell wall is, and ultimately whether or not it can and will be impenetrable for bad bacteria and toxins. How effective the probiotics are in holding our intestinal cells together serves as the seal between those cell tissues that can ultimately regulate whether or not molecules can enter the bloodstream. But how is its strength determined?
Improve Your Standard Of Healthy Living
Where do you begin a journey to better health? If you know now is the time to start your path to health, how do you start a health and fitness journey?
Once that decision has been made, a more in-depth question should be what part of your health should you focus upon in order to achieve better health? I believe a starting point for everyone to actually begin that journey with a priority focusing on your gut health. The first step is actually to start taking a note of how you feel, not only immediately after eating but also the next day and the next day. Because foods play a predominate role in those feelings, whether you know it or not.
Does A Diet Have To Be Diverse?
It shouldn't be surprising to know what you eat affects mood. In fact it regulates behavior. But how does it compare with global vs. american diets?
There has been some promising research that has indicated once people take probiotics, their perceived anxiety, how they view and handle pressure, and their intellectual outlook can be enhanced, compared with those who don't include probiotics of their diets. But there have been different studies comparing various non-US diets like the Mediterranean diet and the Japanese diet to a typical SAD diet. Standard American diet.
What Does It Mean To Be Holistically Healthy?
Is there a way to look at holistic nutrition as a foundation for a healthy lifestyle? The bottom line is that is formed around "healthy eating" habits and nutrition, but how do we do that? I'm going to be discussing the second pillar of health necessary to be holistically healthy, and that's being nutritionally or digestively strong.
Whether we realize it our not, our nutrition is ultimately tied to physical health. I believe it is so critical that it should have it's own pillar and could actually stand alone. Part of this is because getting the full value of nutrition is customized based on each individual's age, sex, activity level, and body chemistry; every is totally different. This in order for us to strengthen this pillar, careful attention should be placed on your diet and that you give specific focus on digestion.
Second Brain In Your Stomach
Have you ever had that feeling deep in your belly that seems to be steering you to act a certain way? This "feeling" or the pit in your stomach is actually your second brain. How strong it is and how comfortable you are following it is one of the core principles of your mental health and digestion.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I begin to look into that second brain in your stomach. Although it might be an afterthought for many, this secondary brain tends to control the gut and brain axis and why anxiety comes from an imbalance in your gut. Does this imbalance cause your body to react differently with certain diets like the keto diet and gut bacteria and does that in turn affect your anxiety levels?
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Jared Toay, aka. the "Digestion Dude" or "Mad Scientist" has actively been promoting the importance of gut health and digestion for more than 5 years. A weight loss researcher, bodybuilder, and creator of a wide variety of fermented foods and drinks, he has had a lengthy journey on his way to healthy living. As an accomplished author and speaker, he has found that the best way to be awakened to our full potential inside and outwardly to the world is through strengthening the gut and brain connection. If you are ready to experience why you are such an amazing human, be sure to follow him on all his social media platforms.
Can You Improve Gut Health With Coconut Oil?
I bet you probably have heard how good coconut oil is for you, but what are the benefits of using coconut oil? What is it? How is it made? Can you eat it or is it only for cooking?
Once you understand how good it is for you both internally and externally, inevitably you might ask can you improve gut health with coconut oil? In this episode of the Go With Your Gut Podcast, I explain what are the health benefits of coconut oil and how it has helped to improve my own digestion for you to learn.
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What is it that everyone should know about strong digestion and toxin removal? Here's an efficient way to become less toxic and it's found in your gut.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I share little known ways to reduce pesticide toxicity, and ultimately, here is the truth regarding gut health and toxins. After listening to this episode, you'll know how better to get rid of toxins using digestive system.
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I've discovered in many instances, being obese starts with poor digestion. If not controlled, obesity originates from poor digestion in the gut.
In this week's episode of the Go With Your Gut Podcast, I share my secret as to how reducing inflammation can stop obesity. If addressed early, it would serve as a road map as to how to keep your child from becoming obese. But regardless if a child or an adult, the core commonality is that diet has an effects on gut microbiome and obesity.
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Are you aware that poor digestion contributes to insomnia? Sleep issues and insomnia problems are looking for a solution via your gut health.
In this episode of The Mental Minute, I explain how to solve insomnia problems through digestion and why the digestion of foods contributes to insomnia. So what is the correlation between digestion and insomnia?
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What is the secret to digestion and long term health? Metabolizing energy from foods is the trick to ensuring that our body functions optimally.
Without giving too much away, the role of the lymphatic system can have a positive and negative effect on poor digestion and nutrition. In this episode of The Mental Minute, I discuss the lymphatic system and how it can help you regulate which nutrients help metabolize energy.
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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.