Tag Archives: anti-inflammatory

STRESS and your GUT-BRAIN connection

If you have followed my blog you might have noticed that I have recently started to post more about nutrition and food. The reason being that body and mind are connected and the link between behaviour, emotions, nutrition, digestion and … Continue reading

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Stress and your GUT – part2

In my last post I have touched upon how the condition of your gut flora influences your immune response and that foods high in probiotics can help repopulate the gut with good flora. One of the best-known of the foods … Continue reading

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Stress and your GUT – part1

Stress causes physiological changes in your body like elevated heart rate, your blood pressure may rise, and blood is pumped away from your midsection, going to your arms, legs, and head for quick thinking, fighting, or fleeing. Chronic stress results … Continue reading

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