If you take antibiotics, it's important to note that it indiscriminately destroys both good and bad bacteria. In this battle of health versus sickness, taking antibiotics could be a catch-22 for worsening health.
Your gut lining is probably one of the most underappreciated parts of our body; it doesn't get the recognition it deserves. Its health actually is the one thing that generally keeps you from getting sick.
So you've decided to begin to get healthy. Maybe that means going to the gym or "eating healthy". But there is something you should do before you step foot into the gym or head to the store to get healthy foods.
Common sense would dictate that if you don't put healthy foods into your body, your health won't improve for the better. But what happens when those unhealthy foods begin to affect your mood and emotional state?
In part 2 of a 2 part series, I look specifically at what has been the short term results found in unhealthy patients who had fecal transplants from healthy bacteria-filled patients. But is it a longn-term solution?
Most people understand that chemicals can be harmful to our bodies. But once you begin to look at the effects pesticides can have on all processed foods, you'll see how devastating it can be on our health.
Is it possible to create love out of nothing? What if I told you that the love you are seeking is already there. The key is to clear the debris that covers it which includes many of the things that we don't need.
There is a correlation between your brain and your gut. This is even more apparent when there are mental-related issues like insomnia. But can you get restful sleep by focusing on strengthening your gut?
How much are you dedicated to your own health? Are you putting a priority and making an effort to improve your wellness every day? In this episode, I address where I believe the health of America really is.
What are your expectations when it comes to your happiness or how others help you to be happy? Is there a correlation between what you give and what you get? This podcast addresses how to moderate your expectations of what it means to be happy.
A hot topic nowadays is trying to figure out how best to increase your metabolism. The word "metabolism" is synonymous with weight loss, but it really should just mean digestion. Here's how to improve it.
Most people believe that in order to make good decisions, you should follow your head as to what you think should be the right thing to do. In this episode, I explain why that's the wrong way to approach it.
Being depressed affects many people on many levels. If you were to look deeper within their bodies, you might find that their gut health and digestion are not operating efficiently. In this episode, I delve into why it is all related.
In order to be happy or feel happiness, your body needs to produce serotonin. Did you know that serotonin is produced in your gut. In this episode, I discuss why, in order to feel good on the outside, you must feel good on the inside.
Most people wait till something is wrong before they look to become healthy again. This is taking the reactive approach. In this episode, I look at why it's important to take a proactive approach if you want to be in optimal health.
Trusting your gut means that you might have to make tough choices.
But you have to understand you are the captain of your own ship, not a passenger waiting to arrive at your destination. This episode shares how to direct your life.
Unfortunately, when most people see the word "fermented", they automatically assume it's probiotic and good for the gut. In today's episode of #TheMentalMinute, I explain the differences and what you should pay attention to when buying.
Oftentimes when discussing the pros and cons of. vaccines, everyone assumes that our bodies know what to do with it. In today's episode, I ask you to take a step back and ask yourself this question first.
Whenever some people see success in their health or weight goals, they like to reward themselves with foods that aren't so healthy. If you like to reward yourself with unhealthy foods or cheat meals is bound for failure.
Is there a difference between probiotics and antibiotics? Don't they both help your gut health? Using the illustration of a mayor in a small town, I describe what happens to your probiotic bacteria when you take antibiotics.
It's important to understand the correlation between your gut and brain activity. The reason is because most of your body's ability to repair itself resides in the hut. Improving immune system means improved mind.