How To Control Diabetes And Cholesterol
With all discussions around blood pressure, we should be asking how can eating fat lower your cholesterol? Is there a way that we can eat certain foods (without starving or depriving ourselves) that can actually help our body become stronger and able to handle inflammation more effectively? Would It surprise you if I said there already was, and our body actually needs it daily.
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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How long does it take to heal a leaky gut? I guess before we answer that questions we should probably ask how leaky gut works.
In this podcast episode of The Mental Minute, I go in to a high level overview of what causes leaky gut syndrome and how to repair leaky gut. Once you get a better handle of what are the symptoms and things that cause it, you can focus on fixing your gut lining.
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What is the correlation between chronic inflammation and depression? Does it mean that being depressed and your digestion are related?
One thing I have realized through personal experience is how gut health determines your depression, ultimately signs of depression comes from poor gut health. In this episode of The Mental Minute, I share my thoughts and ask the question, "can depression be caused by chronic inflammation?"
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Brain Cells In The Gut
This is the second part of the 10 most amazing things that you probably didn't know about your digestive health. Today we're gonna be talking about number six, is that there is a correlation between gut health and bone density. It was mentioned about how serotonin was produced in your gut. If your body doesn't have enough serotonin, there has been shown to be a decrease in bone density.
Number seven, there's a link between autism and fewer strains of good bacteria in your gut. People with autism generally have digestive related issues, whether it's leaky gut, irritable bowel syndrome, or as I mentioned, fewer bacteria strains.
What Is Cholesterol And How To Reduce It?
Has cholesterol received a bad rap? I know if I was to say the word "cholesterol", I bet your immediate thought would be something negative, possibly your thoughts would head to heart problems, blood flow, and things you should eliminate from your diet. But is it all of the negatives and none of the positives?
Cholesterol is actually a beneficial component of our health. It is needed to help regulate aspects of inflammation that we need in order to survive. In my recent podcast, I try to dispel a few myths as to why cholesterol is our friend, and how we can use it to benefit our bodies. To listen or download this podcast, follow the link.
What Are The Principles Of Effective Communication?
Are there effective communication tools we can use that are physically health-related in nature? What I mean is that when it comes to our lives, everything is either inflammatory or anti-inflammatory by nature. When it comes to eating and the foods you put in your mouth, by it's very nature, thinks it is beneficial and helpful or is negative. Think about that the next time you eat your next meal.
The same could be said of our lives. It is commonplace to have a signification amount of inflammation surrounding us. In this episode of my podcast, I discuss why internal inflammation can come from our external environment and provide a VERY simple solution to eliminate 99% of negativity in your life. And you don't have to do anything. To listen to or download this podcast, click the link.
The Secret Of A Long And Healthy Life
Are you on a path to a healthier life? Many times when people begin their journey to living a better life, the first step for most is a trip to the health food store to stock up on pills and vitamins and supplements believing getting more of those things will stop many ills.
But in my podcast, I explain why the path begins inside you. You should first ask yourself if your current eating plan is making you overweight. Then you should look at how your body uses the foods you choose to eat. Once you do that, you will see a clear road map as to how you can live not only a full life, but a long one as well. To listen or download this special podcast, follow the link.
How To Know If You Are Overweight?
Are you overweight? Is that too blunt of a question? How about whether you know if your body is inflamed and responding with added weight gain, or maybe someone you know has a weight problem and you think they might be obese with a significant chance of future health problems. What actually does it mean to be overweight?
Being at risk of obesity is a concern for many Americans as they age. But there is one key component of this possible health problem that most people don't even consider. In this week's podcast, I tackle some common issues associated with being overweight and whether or not you might be on the path to obesity. To listen to or download this podcast episode, 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.