Sugar Detox Series PODCAST – PART 1



Sugar is fattening! When you consume excess sugar that your body can’t use it is then turned into fat by the body. Sugar can cause hormonal changes, mood swings, sleep disturbances, inflammation and much more! New studies show that excess sugar has major effects on the brain. We also know sugar is addictive. The more you eat it the more you want it. Sugar is known to creep in places where you may not expect. Canned foods, boxed products and processed foods are often loaded with hidden sugars. Dr Karen describes her Sugar Buster Program that kisses the cravings goodbye, reduces inflammation, improves mood and sets you on a low glycemic lifestyle.

This is PART 1 in a 3 PART PODCAST SERIES. To learn more about Dr Karen’s Sugar Buster Program CLICK HERE.

 

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10 Things You Need To Know to Keep Your Gut Happy and Healthy



Whether we realize it or not, every one of us has an individually unique microbial eco-system in and on us, a “microbiome,” which is home to more than 100 trillion microbes. Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? In fact, that outnumbers our human cells by roughly ten to one. And what are all those microbes doing inside and all over our bodies?

 

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5 Ways to Boost Your Brain through Your Gut – PODCAST



A healthy gut is needed for a healthy brain. Your brain’s health is dictated by what goes on in your gut. What’s taking place in your intestines affects not only your brain’s daily functions, but also determines your risk for a number of neurological conditions in the future.

Listen to my recording to hear the 5 things you can do TODAY  to boost your brain through your gut.

 

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