Ever heard of the phrase “gut feeling”? That’s because the health of your gut is intimately intertwined with the health of your brain. The communication between these two organs in your body is called the gut-brain axis. The vagus nerve is one of the largest nerves connecting your gut and your brain. It is also the longest and most complex of the 12 pairs of cranial nerves that emanate from the brain. Learn simple vagus nerve stimulation techniques that you can start now.
Ghee not only taste wonderful (since it is pure butter fat), it is also quite nutrients dense, containing an excellent amount of fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K. All these vitamins together play an important role in promoting a healthy immune system, proper functioning of your heart, improves digestion, brain, and bones. Ghee is good for our bodies in more than one way. It also tastes great, hands down!
A healthy gut is your first line of defense against pathogens, toxicity, food intolerances and more. A sluggish digestive system, poor diet, stress, as well as food and environmental toxins can cause gut imbalances leading to digestive problems and weight gain. A look at your diet, detoxification and proper balance of probiotics can help to boost your gut health, well-being and even weight loss.
This easy vegetable soup recipe is sure to warm you up on those chilly days. It is a delicious vegetable soup that provides immune-boosting nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. Other favorable health benefits include improved blood sugar balance, increased metabolism, enhanced digestion and can even help with weight loss goals. Enjoy the rainbow of colors from the vegetable variety in your bowl!
Cleanse your body simply and inexpensively with lemons. Have you ever had one of those “cheat days”? You know the kind – when you throw the diet out the window and indulge in anything? Have you ever had those cheat days build on each other…and build and build?