Gut Health, Inflammation & Emotional Well Being

Episode 149

Improving Gut Health & Reducing Inflammation

are the keys to easing dis-Ease


to ultimately restoring emotional well being


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The majority of our immune system and most of our neurotransmitters 
(serotonin and dopamine)  are produced in our gut.

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If your gut is sick . . . you are sick; 
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What is your Gut telling your Brain?

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When you are under stress, your liver produces extra blood sugar (glucose) to give you more energy. The unused blood sugar is then reabsorbed by the body. If you’re under chronic stress, your body may not be able to keep up with this surge of extra glucose, and you may be at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes among other health issues.


The rush of hormones, rapid breathing, and increased heart rate can upset your digestive system. You’re more likely to have heartburn or acid reflux. While stress doesn’t cause ulcers — a bacterium called H. pylori does — it may cause existing ulcers to act up. You might experience nausea, vomiting, or a stomach ache. Stress can affect the way food moves through your body, leading to diarrhea or constipation.

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The brain in your head and the one in your gut are always exchanging info. But how do they do it? Neuroscientist Diego Bohórquez is trying to find out the answers.

“If you were asked where the human body’s nervous system is located, you’d probably answer “the brain” or “the spinal cord.” But besides the central nervous system, which consists of those two organs, our bodies also contain the enteric nervous system, a two-layer lining with more than 100 million nerve cells that spans our guts from the esophagus to the rectum. The enteric nervous system has been called “the second brain,” and it’s in constant contact with the one in our skull. That’s why just thinking about food can lead . . . . ”