You might know the fundamentals of clean eating – consume more whole foods such as veggies, fruits and lean protein, and avoid highly processed snack foods. Of course, this an ideal way to start eating clean, but it’s about more than just that. Here are seven things to consider about eating clean.
Whether you’ve just eaten a big meal, rich food, or have more chronic gut-related symptoms, indigestion and bloating never feel good. The good news is that you can add some simple stretches to improve digestion into your daily routine to help you wring out stuck toxins and relieve some of that digestive discomfort.
There are many factors that can affect your gut health such as hormones, sleep, stress, and medications, but one of the most common and influential factors is our diet. It is so important to create a healing environment for the digestive system with foods that can repair and strengthen your gut lining. Here are 7 foods proven to help ease digestion and heal your gut.
As this time of year approaches, it’s common for many people to ditch their healthy eating lifestyle and give into the temptations of the season. The good news is that we can still cleanse our bodies between the holidays. Focusing on clean-eating habits along with some powerful detoxing regimens will certainly make us feel better.
There’s a direct and very complex connection between our gut and our brain. Whatever happens in the brain is mirrored in the gut — and whatever goes on in our gut influences our brain. Gut bacteria actually produces neurotransmitters that affect your mood, stress, and anxiety. Here are some ways you can improve your mood starting with your gut.