Gut Health and Trigger Reduction, Naturally
Is bloating, stomach pain and reflux, inconsistent bowel movements and lack of energy distracting you from enjoying your everyday activities? Don’t want to eat, because if you do you’ll pay for it later? Expect Me Wellness Hub can offer you the next step to coping with gut health.
Knowing you, you’ve tried a wide range of diets, exclusions, and you’re really exhausted.
Whether it’s the food itself, or the way your body responds to the food, your body needs help to reduce inflammation and soothe the triggers that keep agitating the cause of your discomfort.
According to a recently published report into your gut’s health, studies have suggested that “the intestinal microbiome plays an important role in modulating risk of several chronic diseases, including inflammatory bowel disease, obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer,” and that “diet plays a significant role in shaping the microbiome, with experiments showing that dietary alterations can induce large, temporary microbial shifts within 24 hours”.
So trying a wide range of foods and juices is just what you need for a healthy gut – but which ones are for you? For a local dietitian or nutritionist to help you fight the inflammation, pain and discomfort, read on….
Ask these local practitioners how they can help you get better gut and digestive function:
- Jacqui Herrmann, Soul Vibe Kinesiology – TMJ jaw stress relief, trauma corrections, Leeton, Griffith
- Sue Gavel, Wellness @ Ten Park Avenue – essential oils and products, Riverina-wide
- Jane Sibley, Hilltops Honey – soothing honey products for energy and relief, Riverina-wide
- Amy Lauren’s Fitness – personal training, health and personal development, Leeton
- Amanda Mannes, Accept Health – dietitian & nutritionist in Griffith, Leeton, Coleambally and Narrandera
- Leanne Baulch, Murrumbidgee Nutrition – nutritionist in Griffith and Leeton
- Melissa Collier, Neutraceuticals – supplements that can assist better digestion, Griffith
Digestion starts with your mouth, and we all know where it ends.
So let’s also be mindful of the taste and texture of your food, how it needs your participation to chew and swallow, and the importance of rest while you eat. Stressed-out lunch at the office desk or on the run isn’t ideal environment for good digestion. In fact, the Chinese have created a chart (see details) depicting your body’s biorhythms, that shows our stomach is best to cope with food between 7am-9am, and least at night time. Are you sleeping on an over-loaded stomach?
Other suitably qualified practitioners in iridology, hair analysis, massage therapy, chiropractics and health food advice can be contacted on this link HERE
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