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Fibrous Foods that are Good for Your Gut and Mood

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Most disease originates in your digestive system. This includes both physical and mental disease.

Your gut serves as your second brain…
…and even produces more serotonin – known to have a beneficial influence on your mood – than your brain does. It’s quite possible that this might be one reason why antidepressants, which raise serotonin levels in your brain, are often ineffective in treating depression, whereas proper dietary changes often help.

A big part of our emotions are probably influenced by the nerves in our gut [...]

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Diet to increase energy

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Food should give us energy, right? But why do we sometimes feel great and full of energy after a good feed, whilst some days just drag on after eating a lovely meal?

With each meal and snack, you have an opportunity to give your body adequate and even extra nutrition. But many meals fall short of this goal. We should all follow a diet to increase energy.

What is draining our energy? [...] for part 1 and [...] for part 2

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We all accumulate so much junk mentally, emotionally, and physically on a daily basis and it is imperative to allow yourself the time to rest, reset, and recover – a bit like rebooting your computer. Why? Because in our modern world, it’s likely that you suffer from some sort of hormonal imbalance characterized by signs as burnout, anxiety, insomnia, or weight gain.

One of the most frequent questions I get asked is: What would I recommend to help the body repair itself?

First and foremost, I suggest that people begin by cleansing the body; clearing out the congested hormone receptors and resetting key hormones – and all our body functions, by taking a break and giving the body a full detox [...]

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