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Digestive Help for the Holidays

Want some digestive help for the holidays? Over 100 million American’s suffer from digestive upset. Maintaining a healthy digestive system year round can be difficult for anyone. Maintaining it during the holiday season is a whole other game. Between the months of October and January, consuming more unhealthy fats,sugars, and extra holiday treats is the norm.  Consequently, these eating habits can lead to digestive issues including upset stomach, diarrhea, heartburn and acid reflux. Watch my video to learn ways to keep a healthy digestive system!

Meanwhile, here are some Holiday Eating Tips to prevent digestive problems over the holiday season.

1.    Eat slowly. This allows your body to recognize when you’re full.

2. Limit processed foods. Too many processed foods can cause “bad” bacteria and yeast growth inside your stomach. This extra bacteria and yeast collide with good bacteria and wreak havoc.

3. Drink more water; limit soda and alcohol.Water keeps your digestive track on point.

4. Keep yourself active.  During the holiday season, it’s easy to be a couch potato. Try taking a social walk with your family to keep your digestive track active.

5. Take your probiotic every day.

6. Fill up on fiber! Fiber is a prebiotic that acts as a fertilizer for the good bacteria it also helps you feel fuller longer. Lots of leafy greens and vegetables have fiber galore!

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We’ve only recently begun to understand the extent of the gut’s role in human health and disease. Among other things, the gut promotes normal gastrointestinal function, provides protection from infection, regulates metabolism and comprises more than 75% of our immune system. An unhealthy gut has been linked to diseases ranging from autism and depression to autoimmune conditions like Hashimoto’s, inflammatory bowel disease and type 1 diabetes. Recent research has shown that the health of the gut in general, also plays a significant role in both obesity and type 2 diabetes. In this presentation, you will learn the power of your second brain and the 4 keys to keeping your gut healthy and vital.

 

 

Be Your Own Health Detective PART 2

Whatever skin issues you might be manifesting almost always point to imbalances in your body as whole. Your skin reflects the health of your body and that’s great news when the body system is vibrant and running on all cylinders! But when the skin shows evidence of compromise due to skin eruptions, blemishes or  excessive dryness, what do you do to address what your skin is telling you?

Where do you begin?

If you are like most of us, you react quickly, looking for a quick fix, maybe something you saw on a commercial or a magazine or you reach for that left-over tube of skin cream in your cabinet that you haven’t touched in months.

Here is the thing to know about all those “quick” fixes – they only address the surface symptoms and they do nothing to address the underlying imbalances.

To address skin health, actually means you need to address your health from a global perspective.To address skin health, actually means you need to address your health from a global perspective.

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To uncover the source of your skin complaints you will probably have do a bit of detective work. Let’s begin like any good “whodunit” by gathering information!

  1. Within the last 3-6 months has your skin appearance changed?
  2. What else has changed in your life?
  3. Has your stress level increased?
  4. Did you change or begin any new medications?
  5. What about your diet? Any changes there?
  6. Have you been exposed to new products in your environment, e.g. perfumes cosmetics, bedding, laundry detergent…?

Ok, now you have some data, right? Now let’s investigate more closely. With a magnified mirror look really look at your skin.  What do you notice about the color, texture, borders of the different areas of your skin?

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