“The most powerful path to our brain—and peace of mind—is through our gut.” Today, millions of people have gut dysbiosis that leads to poor digestion and mood as well as a constant state of low-grade inflammation. While restoring optimal gut flora demands a variety of interventions, it begins with eliminating grains, dairy, sugar and GMOs
Gut Health And Mood
Over 90% of the cells in our body are non-human. This microbial ecology, found largely in our digestive system, is intricately connected to processes in our bodies that make us healthy – or make us chronically ill. Modern life is wreaking havoc on the healthy balance required for health – including brain health. We are nature and nature is us. See how the latest science supports this truth.
We know that the brain impacts the gut and that the gut affects the brain. We also know that diet can take us a long way towards healing even long-term gut damage. But what if diet isn’t enough? A homeopath, herself, Christine was surprised and delighted at the unexpected side effect of beginning a daily
After reading Charles Eisenstein’s book, The Yoga of Eating, I wrote: It’s not our fault that we have no idea how to engage the most basic and arguably sacred human relationship to the environment – eating. This confusion stems from our deeper disconnection from self, from our place in the great web of planetary existence,
“It’s been a little over 3 weeks since we last met, and I wanted to send you an update. I started eating red meat daily to address the reactive hypoglycemia. I am feeling so much better! I am a lot less hungry, can fall asleep more easily and stay asleep! (I can’t believe this works.)”
Have you heard of spontaneous remissions? You know, getting better, like completely better, without classical medical intervention? The conventional world goes out of their way not to document, study, or even acknowledge these “outliers” – many of which Dr. Kelly Turner is now devoted to cataloguing. In fact, most patients who recover from diagnoses like