Stress is a huge player in the gut-brain axis.
That ‘gut feeling’ is your second brain! In fact, 80% of our immunity and neurotransmitters come from the gut. Cardiovascular health, memory & mood all rely on the gut. Stress management allows our gut-brain axis to thrive! Feel your best by learning how to here.
Where Probiotics End & Fermentable Fibers Begin Probiotics serve us by regulating the immune system, promoting anti-inflammatory pathways and supporting the environment for beneficial bacteria to thrive. However they do NOT quantitatively increase the number good...read more
The momentum of the seasons is as old and ingrained as the earth itself. Life is pushing from darkness of winter or gathering of the autumn harvest. By riding this wave we have the opportunity to replenish and renew ourselves for the next cycle that's coming. I'll be...read more
http://utmj.org/index.php/UTMJ/article/view/1645 Bacteria Need “Sleep” Too?: Microbiome Circadian Rhythmicity, Metabolic Disease, and Beyond Mark Trinder, Jordan E Bisanz, Jeremy P Burton, Gregor Reid Abstract Humans contain an “organ” composed of 2-6 pounds of...read more
We hear more and more these days about changes in the human microbiome and the importance of gut health. There are many products offering probiotics. Recently I noticed a government sponsored ad warning of the overuse of antibiotics. Is it really this simple? The root...read more
Did you know that 95% of our neurotransmitters are made in our guts? So it makes sense that focusing on our gut health is an excellent place to start in terms of improving how we feel. Let's talk about a couple common neurotransmitters that most people have heard...read more