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There is so much more going on within our bodies than what we can perceive with the naked eye. Right now, on the backs of our hands, our cells are growing, multiplying, morphing and splitting over and over again, yet we cannot see. hypoxic encephalopathy radiology Similarly, there is an entire ecosystem of bacteria in the gut, containing trillions of microbes (microbiome) that are responsible for controlling many of the processes within the body.

The communication of the gut’s microbiome is listened and responded to by the enteric nervous system (ENS), which is a part of the nervous system that governs the function of the gastrointestinal tract. The ENS is so extensive and complex that it can operate independently from the brain and central nervous system, hence why scientists are now labeling it as our ‘second brain’.


And by that, they do not mean a thinking brain; it cannot reason, make decisions, write poetry or solve calculus, but it is a vast network of communicating neurons that has a direct impact on our physical, emotional and mental well-being. nanoxia deep silence 4 mini Gut health is more than just digestion.

The incredible complexity of the gut and how it’s linked to our mental, emotional and physical well-being, continues to be a topic of growing interest in the medical community. There is extensive and ongoing research to show the connection between our gut health and our mood, mental health, immune system, autoimmune diseases, skin disorders, endocrine disorders, and even cancer.

There is so much more going on within our bodies than what we can perceive with the naked eye. Right now, on the backs of our hands, our cells are growing, multiplying, morphing and splitting over and over again, yet we cannot see. Similarly, there is an entire ecosystem of bacteria in the gut, containing trillions of microbes (microbiome) that are responsible for controlling many of the processes within the body.

The communication of the gut’s microbiome is listened and responded to by the enteric nervous system (ENS), which is a part of the nervous system that governs the function of the gastrointestinal tract. anoxia vs hypoxia The ENS is so extensive and complex that it can operate independently from the brain and central nervous system, hence why scientists are now labeling it as our ‘second brain’. And by that, they do not mean a thinking brain; it cannot reason, make decisions, write poetry or solve calculus, but it is a vast network of communicating neurons that has a direct impact on our physical, emotional and mental well-being. Gut health is more than just digestion.

The incredible complexity of the gut and how it’s linked to our mental, emotional and physical well-being, continues to be a topic of growing interest in the medical community. There is extensive and ongoing research to show the connection between our gut health and our mood, mental health, immune system, autoimmune diseases, skin disorders, endocrine disorders, and even cancer.

What if you could literally transform any bodily condition or emotional state through dietary changes alone? Hyman says that “food is information carrying detailed instructions for every gene and every cell in your body, helping them to renew, repair, and heal or to be harmed and debilitated, depending on what you eat.” If you could get rid of most of your chronic symptoms of either physical or emotional distress, surely you would give it a try it for a week, maybe two?

“If you are constantly putting in information that is making your body toxic, sick, and fat—hyper-processed industrial junk food, sugar, flour, chemicals, additives, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, artificial sweeteners, inflammatory foods, or what I call anti-nutrients—it acts like poison in the body. It inflames your gut and your cells leading to whole-body inflammation that you experience as pain, allergies, headaches, fatigue, and depression and that leads to weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease.”

We couldn’t agree more, Mark! We are all about empowering people to their own body’s ability to self-heal and we believe the best way to do this is to heal the body from the inside out; to clear out the body’s toxins and replace them with pure, clean, nutrient-rich substances.

To heal your gut, it is absolutely vital that you eradicate all substances that make you toxic, bloated and inflamed (sugar, caffeine, alcohol, processed foods, etc.) and only ingest things that help your body detoxify and cool off inflammation. For example, eat only whole real foods, drink plenty of water and stop all potential food sensitivities and allergies.

On top of this dietary change, we recommend you include deep relaxation practices into your daily routine, be it writing, walking, breathing, meditating, taking regular baths etc. causes of test anxiety psychology Deliberately adjusting how you think and feel is just as important to your self-healing as deliberately adjusting what you eat and drink.

If you would like an idea of what foods are best to eat and which practices help you to relax the most, please check out our article, ‘ 7-day mind and body detox’. Please note: for a more complete and thorough cleanse, we would recommend cutting out dairy altogether; your digestive system has to work a little harder when digesting lactose, so we advise giving it a much-needed vacation, just for a week or two.