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Leaky Gut Syndrome

August 10, 2017
Hippocrates once said: “All disease begins in the gut.” As more westernized countries are suffering from poor diet choices, chronic stress, toxic overload, and bacterial imbalance it appears that intestinal compromise is an important factor to blame. Many of us could be experiencing chronic internal intoxication from our gut, which can be just as detrimental as environmental toxic exposures.

The Father of Modern medicine, Hippocrates, once said: “All disease begins in the gut.” As more westernized countries are suffering from poor diet choices, chronic stress, toxic overload, and bacterial imbalance it appears that intestinal compromise is an important factor to blame.

The Gut and the Brain

July 27, 2017
Depression, anxiety, and panic disorders are on the rise at a strikingly similar rate to intestinal disorders, autoimmune diseases, and metabolic imbalances. Could there be a connection between the brain and the gut?

We have known for years that our diet plays a direct role in diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and many cancers. However, our diet’s influence extends further and impacts how we feel, think, and even believe.

Stress-Inducing Vices

June 21, 2017
We can set ourselves up for failure or success by the way we habitually think and act.  Here are a few common vices that tend to poison our mind: criticism, complaining, and worry. Harboring these vices weakens our family, church, and society. By eliminating these traits, our emotional intelligence improves and so does our temporal and eternal success.

Stress affects us all in various ways. Many stressful events are beyond our control. However, we can set ourselves up for failure or success by the way we habitually think and act. Here are a few common vices that tend to poison our mind: criticism, complaining, and worry.

Emotional Intelligence and Stress

June 15, 2017
Change your outlook on stressful events and stop non-productive worrying. Although a completely care-free life is not possible, beneficial, or healthy, there are ways to thrive in a stressful society without becoming distressed.

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines stress as “bodily or mental tension resulting from factors that tend to alter an existent equilibrium.” In any language, 'stress' carries

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