Gut health is an indicator of your overall well-being. Because your gut is the home to over 80% of your immune system it is the master influencer of your happiness and well being.1 Your happiness and energy levels are important to me, and the reason I want to introduce to you the ultimate method to rebuild…
You may have heard of the gut microbiome, which is the various microorganisms that live in the gut.
But did you know that you also have sub-microbiomes all throughout your body?
Today I will be sharing a treat with you. I made two super quick videos showing you how to use my wildcrafted Energy Power mix.
There are so many ways to infuse Energy Power into your food so you can increase your energy when you need it most during the day.
Did you know that I’m a trained Herbalist and the products I feature are here on my site? It was a lifelong dream of mine and it has come true!
I trained in the woods and hunted and gathered herbs to learn what worked well together. Also I learned what herbs worked well in different organ systems of the body.
If you have ever had trouble stopping eating, eating when you’re not hungry, or dealing with cravings that have taken over your mind then please watch the newest Guts & Glory Blogcast with Susan Peirce Thompson, a good friend and psychology professor who has figured out some pretty cool solutions!
Miso is a traditional Japanese ferment made from soybeans and barley or rice malt, commonly consumed in stir fry or miso soup—is one of few ferments that is purely fungus. Its main benefits include the creation of novel enzymes and the ability to release essential nutrients. Additionally, it appears to possess prebiotic effects.
Check out the list I’ve compiled to find a combination of NPR articles (check out what the Buddhist nuns in Korea have to say about fermented foods!), a Radiolab podcast on gut health, and the Microbiome Medicine Summit which includes dozens of leading health experts sharing about all aspects of healing with fermented foods.
The spices found in Indian food combat dysbiosis, any kind of gut impairment, and digestive issues— they reduce gas, help with peristalsis, eliminate indigestion and heartburn, all while they support good bacteria.
I hear conversations that drive me to the brink of insanity. Things like, “I can’t go make it tonight. I’m sick,” followed by a sympathetic “Oh yeah, It’s really going around…” or “Yeah, it’s winter so everyone has the flu.” For the record: Getting sick every winter is not normal. Getting sick four times a…
So, I’ve made almond milk for years. And even though it is easy to make and very delicious, it goes bad quickly if you don’t use it in a couple days. PLUS, if you need it in a pinch, you won’t have enough time to make it. Thankfully, I have solved BOTH of these problems…