Here's Why Digestive Toxicity Is Harming You
Have you ever thought how digestive toxicity is getting you in trouble? There are many warning signs of digestive toxicity you should know.
When discussion toxicity, especially when it comes to your gut and digestion, the first logical step is to look at how most view toxins, and how those toxins eventually work into areas where they can do the most damage. These areas are in places where you might think they can be toxic, but do a significant amount of damage under the radar.
The One Thing You Must Address To Have A Healthy Mindset With Food
How does each of us get a healthy mindset with food? There are so many advantages of having a healthy relationship with food. It is vital to our health.
As we all go through life, most of us (I would hope) want to be on a healthy journey. We should want to find ways to improve our health and live a meaningful long term life. As we navigate this journey, many of our best decisions will come from having a mindset of making them after listening to our gut and not necessarily with our head's logic. Making good (and “thoughtful”) choices to our health is understanding our gut and digestion control our success much more than our head.
Why Our Body Is All Connected
Understanding how our body works in tandem is important if we like to live holistically. We aren't a collection or sum of body our parts acting separately.
It's important to begin looking at the state of our gut health as a cumulative effect of our body's health. Our body is a complete system: everything is connected. We are not simply a head that has been placed randomly and acts separately from the spinal cord upon which it sits. Our body relies upon these two components working in tandem to move our limbs that branch off from that spine to walk, move, talk, and complete any other functional movement.
Nutrition, Gut Health, And Athletic Performance
Is there a best way to use nutrition to improve athletic performance? Getting the most from foods eaten is important to athletes and their gut health.
Most athletes rarely give consideration to their guts, but they should. Why? It is from within their guts and digestion that athletic performance can be improved. This improvement can be large or small, but it can be the difference between crashing and burning or powering through towards the finish line. But there's so much more to it than eating.
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.
Are there any special nutrition tips for productivity? Is it possible that someone can be productive with a full stomach?
To be productive ultimately means that your nutrition is on par, therefore, you can improve productivity by eating certain foods. In this episode of The Mental Minute I discuss blood sugar and productivity and a couple of mind-tricks that can show you how to eat healthy and improve productivity.
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Don't Be Reactive About Your Health
Are there any healthy lifestyle changes you should follow to lose weight? Weight loss and mental health require you to think about how to be proactive about your health This encompasses healthy lifestyle changes surrounding food.
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.
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.