Most of my conversations this week have focused on the gut health. In all of my classes, in all of my clients, gut health is a focus. Even with random strangers, I engage in a bit of what I like to call, gut chat when I can.
Your gut plays a vital role in how you process and absorb nutrients, gut trouble is when this isn't quite going to plan. Your gut also helps to regulate your immune system and produces vital nutrients, hormones and neurotransmitters.
Given the current uncertainty, it's natural that many of us are feeling some level of anxiety, but there is no denying that for some people, myself included, feeling anxious is a bit of an ongoing struggle.
As it is Mental Health Awareness Week, I wanted to share with you some of the research on the impact of your gut health on brain health and mental health.
Looking after your own gut health can be daunting, but can be all the more difficult when you have to factor in the rest of the family. Here are 5 tips from me on eating your way to a happier, healthier gut.