It’s about time we start paying attention to the symptoms and signals our bodies are sending us on a much deeper level. Skin Issues, Digestive Health, Heartburn, Nutrient Deficiencies … they’re all more closely related than we realize.
When you start paying closer attention to what your body is trying to tell you, you can get closer to discovering and even possibly reversing the root cause of the problem that has been developing overtime.
Lifestyle, Diet, Environment, Toxins, Stress … It’s all connected.
We dive into this, and so much more within episode 23 … it’s the perfect continuation and part two of the larger conversation from last week’s episode.
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Continue reading “Episode 023: Skin Issues, Digestion & How Balancing Your Stomach Acid Might Just Be The Key, to Long-Term Health. Celery Juice Episode Part 2 with Jennifer Klotz”
Gut Health is one of the major key factors we should all be aware of when it comes to learning about our long-term health & we’re only just beginning to understand – as a society – how intricately related the balance of our microbiome is to our mood, our energy and even our immune system.
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Did you know that your microbiome actually begins to develop before you’re even born, while you’re still in-utero?
There are many factors we can’t control – such as the health of our mothers before giving birth, whether or not we’re born via c-section or a regular vaginal delivery as well as what type of foods we’re raised on and exposed to throughout our life. However, there is still so much within our control that we’ve been overlooking for too long & we hope, that with this episode – we will encourage you to take your power back – before it’s too late.
In this episode:
Antibiotics, processed foods, refined sugar, prescription medications, pesticides covering conventional produce & all of our community parks, sterile work and home environments, as well as a lack of exposure to the outdoors, fermented foods, willpower, calorie counting, prebiotics and probiotics that all play a role in our long term health.
Continue reading “Episode 16: Is It Willpower, Or Is It Your Microbiome? Discussing The Foods & Lifestyle Habits That Are Effecting Our Gut Health On A Daily Basis – with Brigid Titgemeier”