There’s so much more to weight loss than cutting calories! In this episode we cover how stress, detoxification, liver health and nutrient absorption play a role in healthy gut and body weight. For better liver function do a liver detox tea daily. https://www.traditionalmedicinals.com/products/everyday-detox-berry-tea/ For better nutrient absorption use a product like: https://www.beamminerals.com/products/beam-minerals-advanced-electrolyte-micronutrient-support To reduce stress practice deep breathing like: https://www.verywellhealth.com/how-to-do-deep-breathing-exercises-1945350 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Amazing discussion on weight loss, covid and all things microbiome with Dr. Christine Bishara!
45:39This episode blew our minds! Dr Christine B and her wealth of information on gut health. Dr. Bishara is a published author of a scientific article linking gut flora imbalances to COVID-19. Her discovery is the first of its kind to link covid severity to the gut. Her publication can be read here Dr. Bishara is a wellness and weight loss expert, as well as a medical contributor to Haute Living Magazine, The Huffington Post, Shape magazine, Insider and BareMinerals.com among others. How to reach Dr. Bishara: https://fromwithinmedical.com/about/ IG: doctorchristineB She is featured as Haute Living’s 2020 wellness and weight loss expert in the New York area.
TBI and Gut Health with Dr Michelle Eisenman
32:38Brain Injury and gut Health with Dr. Michelle Eisenman We are happy to announce that we have another guest in our show today. Her name is Dr. Michelle Eisenman, she works with individuals who have a brain injury and helps improve the quality of their life by teaching them how to live a lifestyle that boosts recovery. W: www.braincharge.mykajabi.com IG: @thebrainfluencer E: email@example.com
Hear the amazing story of Gina Hill and her lectin free journey of extreme healing!
34:53Nicole and I have a guest for you today. Her name is Gina Hill and she changed her life by eating a lectin-free diet. She works on creating lectin-free foods and shares them with the world. She has been on a podcast with Dr. Steven Gundry one of the loudest proponents of lectin-free living and she is definitely well known in the lectin-free community for her insights and her wonderful journey which is what I want to focus on today. Gina thank you so much for agreeing to come on our podcast and sharing your story with us and our listeners. Find Gina Hill Lectinfreecreations@outlook.com Lectinfreecreations.com Instagram @lectinfreecreastions Find Nicole Carter at www.healthywithnicole.com Find Erika Smith at www.keepinitrealcoaching.com
Processed Foods and Their Effects
32:43Avoiding processed foods in our current societal model is impossible for most people. The few that are able and knowledgeable enough to grow their own foods are still, generally, unable to grow everything they require to sustain a healthy & complete diet. And while that should not discourage anyone from attempting to grow the most food they can, it does require us to consider what kind of processed foods we should eat, if any and are all processed foods bad for us?
Sleep and Gut Health
30:19Sleep disorders are way too common nowadays. Our lifestyles complicate this issue and we are left baffled as to how to fix it. Long work hours, traveling across countries or the globe, lack of exposure to the sun, nighttime work shifts, poor eating schedules, and improper lighting are just the tip of the iceberg on what disturbs our sleep. In the US alone there is an estimated 70 million people suffering with at least one sleep disorder and that seems to be a conservative number because it is believed up to 80% of sleep disorders are going undecided or undiagnosed. Comorbidities not only complicates the treatment of sleep disorders but it also requires specialty doctors to work together, not a strong suit for our current medical model.
Standard American Disease Treatment
31:42Our medical system is broken. We often talk about the Standard American Diet (SAD) and how it is a disservice to our health but the buck does not stop there. The Standard American Disease Treatment, I just coined that term to relate it to the acronym of the SAD it’s not a thing yet, but how we treat chronic disease in this country falls just as short and solidifies the consequences that come from the SAD. Our healthcare system is a mirror image of our health. When we talk about our healthcare systems being broken the reason is that our health is broken as well, our food system is broken, and our products are filled with toxins. When a person suffers from any chronic disease (ie diabetes, cardiovascular problems=HBP, hypertension, cholesterol issues that lead to plaque build-up, asthma, Ulcerative Colitis, IBS, arthritis, RA, etc) the standard model of medicine does not look at the cause of any of these. When a doctor treats your chronic illness what they are doing is treating symptoms of a disease. The treatments offered by our standard western medical care do not heal or reverse the disease because those are not the diseases but in fact only the symptoms of the actual disease, metabolic imbalance. Find Nicole Carter at www.healthywithnicole.com Find Erika Smith at www.keepinitrealcoaching.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Family Friendly Gut Health With Cooking With Anais
38:04Find Nicole Carter at www.healthywithnicole.com Find Erika Smith at www.keepinitrealcoaching.com Find Anais on Instangram at @cookwithanais or www.cookwithanais.podia.com Welcome back everyone! We’re doing something a little different today. Today we have a guest on our podcast today and we are super excited to share this with each and everyone of you. Part of our journey in this world, for both Nicole and I, is being able to be a mother. We each have two children and they are all in very different stages of life. Our guest today shares this trait as she is also a mother. As we go through this podcast my hope is that we learn a little bit more about how others are providing gut health knowledge and benefits to our children and also to give the listeners the opportunity to listen in on different approaches to this to determine how you want to do it in your own household. One of the things I ponder is as parents, do we hold a duty to our children to give them the best opportunity at life not only on an educational basis but more so giving them their best health. Because what are they without good health but a burden to society with a shortened lifespan and limited ability to achieve their own personal greatness. Without further a do… Today’s guess is named Anais. Anais is of Mexican and Cuban descent, she is married, has three children; two of which are twins. Although her pregnancies were so close together I consider them triplets. 😆 She is an amazing cook who follows the Dr.Steven Gundry principles. And offers courses on basics of cooking with an emphasis on intuitive cooking. So welcome Anais, we are so happy to have you join us today. “HIDDEN QUESTIONS”: We talk a lot about stress and how important it is to find your happy, so. What makes you laugh uncontrollably? Do you feel your your heritage affects the way you look/treat food? I would like to start by asking you how did you end up here, eating an anti-inflammatory diet with a focus on eliminating lectins? What were the three major changes you made to accommodate this lifestyle change? How did your immediate family react to the changes? How did your extended family and friends react to the changes? What made you stick with these changes? What does a typical food day look like for you? What has been the best “thing” you have gotten out of the changes you have made? What is the one advice you want to leave our listeners with? Where can our audience connect with you? So now that you know where you can find her I think we should announce that new will be doing an IG cooking live next week? If you have any requests as to what you want us to cook please leave it as a comment or DM us.
PUFAS and Processed Food
36:00Ready for some gut health coaching? Find Nicole Carter at www.healthywithnicole.com Find Erika Smith at www.keepinitrealcoaching.com Excerpt: Long-term dietary habits play a crucial role in creating a host-specific gut microbiota community in humans. Despite the many publications about the effects of carbohydrates (prebiotic fibers), the impact of dietary fats, such as omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), on the gut microbiota is less well defined. The few studies completed in adults showed some common changes in the gut microbiota after omega-3 PUFA supplementation. In particular, a decrease in Faecalibacterium, often associated with an increase in the Bacteroidetes and butyrate-producing bacteria belonging to the Lachnospiraceae family, has been observed. Coincidentally, a dysbiosis of these taxa is found in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Omega-3 PUFAs can exert a positive action by reverting the microbiota composition in these diseases, and increase the production of anti-inflammatory compounds, like short-chain fatty acids. In addition, accumulating evidence in animal model studies indicates that the interplay between gut microbiota, omega-3 fatty acids, and immunity helps to maintain the intestinal wall integrity and interacts with host immune cells. Finally, human and animal studies have highlighted the ability of omega-3 PUFAs to influence the gut-brain axis, acting through gut microbiota composition. From these findings, the importance of the omega-3 connection to the microbiota emerges, encouraging further studies. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29215589/ PUFAS and Alzheimers/Parkinsons http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/fats-functions-malfunctions.shtml https://lindsayfuce.com/what-are-pufas/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Movement and Gut Health
36:06GUT HEALTH & MOVEMENT What is considered movement? Things that increase your heart rate, develop muscle growth or maintenance, use glucose in your blood. Physical activity is a movement that is carried out by the skeletal muscles that require energy. In other words, any movement one does is actually physical activity. Exercise, however, is planned, a structured, repetitive, and intentional movement intended to improve or maintain physical fitness. Exercise is a subcategory of physical activity. All physical activity promotes healthier well-being but exercise will additionally improve your cardiorespiratory function, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and your body composition(ie: body fat percentages, visceral fat, muscle: body fat percentages). Why is movement important? In research studies, the physically active mice contained more Lactobacillales bacteria which, in conjunction with Bifidobacterium, has been known to enhance nutrient absorption, lower cholesterol levels, prevent heart disease, and exert an anti-inflammatory response and while we might not understand how and why this happens the evidence of it happening is clear and overwhelming. It also helps with stress and when we control stress we aid in cortisol controls that will reduce our risk of weight gain, diabetes, and heart disease among others. What can/do we do to achieve that? 30 minutes of daily exercise is the recommendation. These do not have to be done consecutively. In fact, I encourage breaking these up, especially when you are starting to introduce movement into your life/routine. Schedule your exercise. We have phones, use them to your advantage! Schedule alarms to go off and remind you to exercise. Referenced Articles: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32845171/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5357536/ Find Nicole Carter at www.healthywithnicole.com Find Erika Smith at www.keepinitrealcoaching.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Weight Loss and Gut Health
22:42There’s so much more to weight loss than cutting calories! In this episode we cover how stress, detoxification, liver health and nutrient absorption play a role in healthy gut and body weight. For better liver function do a liver detox tea daily. https://www.traditionalmedicinals.com/products/everyday-detox-berry-tea/ For better nutrient absorption use a product like: https://www.beamminerals.com/products/beam-minerals-advanced-electrolyte-micronutrient-support To reduce stress practice deep breathing like: https://www.verywellhealth.com/how-to-do-deep-breathing-exercises-1945350 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app