Fix your gut: Lose your crummy mood and chronic condition.

I recently did a mini-training on gut microbiota. The intestinal flora is responsible for so much of our health. Here are some highlights of the presentation.

Our gut microbes make the majority of our neurotransmitters; Seratonin, Dopamine & Norepinephrine. All mood regulators.

It's estimated that it makes up around 70% of our immune response.

It protects us against pathogens.

Helps the body absorb nutrition.

Produces some B vitamins and vitamin K.

Helps to maintain the integrity of our gut wall.

We trash our gut microbiota and our health with:

  • Poor nutrition

  • Chemically laddered food

  • Lack of nutritional diversity

  • “germaphobia”

  • Antibiotic use

  • Smoking

  • Chronic stress

  • and more

Without a healthy flora we may experience:

  • Leaky gut

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Inflammatory diseases

  • IBS

  • Asthma, allergies

  • Neurological disorders

  • Obesity

  • Diabetes

  • Heart Disease

  • Alzheimer's

  • Parkinsons

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

When the gut flora is healthy we can expect to be happy, and energetic with a healthy glow.

Sooooo....the next obvious question is: What can be done to optimize this very important aspect of health? Check out the video replay where I go over Ayurveda's simple recipe for optimum gut health.

Here's the link to watch.

Take super great care this fall.


PS. Every April and October I lead a group program where we optimize our mental, emotional, and physical health. This season is my 18th time leading this program. This year has been especially challenging for most of us, so I'm offering a "pay what you want" enrollment. It starts on October 3rd. Hop over to the seasonal reset page for more information. And share this opportunity with your friends.

I never tire of watching members get AH-MAZ-ING results.

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