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In particular, women of all ages should understand the important role that their gut plays in the gut-brain connection.
Your brain and gut have a communication system. Neurotransmitters – your body’s chemical messengers – connect the gut and the brain and help regulate emotions.
For example, a large portion of serotonin (a neurotransmitter that contributes to you feeling happy) is produced in the gut. Your gut also has 500 million neurons that physically connect via the central nervous system to your brain.
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There is no “one-size-fits-all” method for safe and healthy weight loss, so it’s important to stay informed. If you ever have questions about a specific diet plan or supplement as part of your overall wellness plan, please consult with your physician first.
Gut health is essential to weight loss or gain. By taking probiotics, you can help balance gut microbes, which could aid in weight loss.
One study of individuals who took probiotics while they had IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) and mild depression or anxiety showed their symptoms greatly improved after six weeks. Another study showed prebiotics significantly reduced stress hormones in the body, which resulted in a healthier gut.
There are many probiotic and prebiotic supplements out there and not all of them are high quality, so do your research first.
Probiotics are beneficial live bacteria that can offer you a range of health benefits – or as Mayo Clinic says, “maintain or improve the ‘good’ bacteria (normal microflora) in the body.”
Prebiotics, on the other hand, are fibers that act as food for that healthy bacteria and, by helping it grow in your gut, can make your digestive system work better.
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Julie Reynolds, LPC, talks about the brain-gut connection and offer tips & motivation to help you manage stress & anxiety, mom life, confidence building, healthy eating and much more…
With emerging research on the connection between mental wellness and your digestive system, it’s time to learn how to start healing your body from the inside out!