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Gut food and the one toxin no one likes to talk about

never forget its history.

70 something female, known to be intractable and cranky, with chronic severe back. This particular day he lay on the mat therapy, face down, crying. The conversation that preceded escapes me, but somehow had allowed to be open enough to share the hidden history of their forced abortion, decades earlier. All I could do was listen and pray and allow the fear and pain of being heard. When he returned the next visit, his back pain had diminished and continued to improve on.

It was at that moment, I realized that our human structure is so deeply interconnected with our psyche. Today, I am sure you share your story was more liberating your body than any exercise or treatment manual could have given. Some call this a statement somato-emotional .

Even with all the technology and medical advances of today, we are still trying to learn about the mysterious intricacies of how they have been clumped together.

Vicky Vlachonis in his book, The body does not lie, lists the likely sources of emotional and physical pain. For women with back pain, emotional likely source power loss / buried emotions.

What Causes emotions buried?

What prevents someone from retaining its history?

Last week spoke to me of shame. Shame and fear work in pairs, like old toxic friends. You are used to having them around for so long that barely acknowledges their existence and toxic retention on you.

Brene Brown explains, “There can be no stronger relationship than that between fear and shame … ..They work together so fury that its often difficult to distinguish where stops and the other begins. ”

It may help to know that at one time or another we all struggle with the fear of not being good enough, but somehow clinging to it as the life blood . Oddly enough this very life blood appreciate what is sucking the life right out of us.

Ann Voskamp describes fear as something that “does not leave things very wrong much as it does to stop really live.” Women, who hear the fear in their voices because I learned first to recognize that in myself. I’m not talking about trivial fears, but fears about life sucking.

buried emotions, dreams buried, buried purpose we all steal the joy of living.

In the same way that the gut is the center of our whole body system, our psyche is controlled fear or love.

This blog is about health and wellness, but it is still so much more that is just getting ready for swimsuit season. Wellness comes from deep inside. Knowing that we are loved and accepted, and have a purpose.

Neither the value nor courage, neither perfection nor faith can cast out fear. Only perfect love possible. (John 4:18)

Despite what you believe, God, the creator, his creator is for you and loves you. Experience of that love, sets you free. You do not have to live under the fraudulent thought that only the sum of the errors of the past. Freedom allows you to live in purpose. Free to love, serve, give, and share your story.

Fear is toxic to the gut

The brain has long been they considered the home of our emotional center, but the catchy phrases like, I’m just a ball of nerves “and” I have an instinct “are actually more than figures of speech.

the vagus nerve travels from the brain to various organs and tissues in the abdomen and sends signals back and forth. researchers are discovering how the stomach can have a role in how we respond to fear. in this fascinating study researchers noted, “the innate response to fear appears to be significantly influenced by the signals sent from the stomach to the brain.”

So our gut controls fear?

Well, the vagus nerve can modulate inflammation by assessing the healthy or unhealthy community of microorganisms (microbiome) in the intestine. This is a way your intestinal health can have an effect on mood, stress levels and systemic inflammation.

The presence of healthy bacteria in the intestine itself creates a positive feedback loop between the gut and the brain and improves the action of the vagus nerve.

Understanding the relationship between the gut, emotions, psyche and the body is crucial to restore, as opposed to management, poor condition of the body.

This article explains the dynamics between stress and gut

“exposure to stress results in alterations of interactions brain-gut (” brain-gut axis “) ultimately leads to the development of a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome ( IBS) and other functional gastrointestinal disorders, adverse responses related antigen food, peptic ulcer and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). “

fear is a toxic food which adversely affects the human body and the microbiome in the gut. It’s a grudge match and the entire global force that negatively affects the body. The effects of fear and chronic stress digestion will slow down, change the acid balance in the stomach, increase nausea and diarrhea, causes loss of appetite and abdominal pain, increase the imbalance of healthy suitable bacteria intestinal, and keep more than one chronically tight and chronically inflamed state.

GERD, IBS, IBD and are among the best known intestinal disorders related to chronic stress. Stress develops faster when our emotions such as fear, remain buried. This chronic state of stress can also form adhesions all the muscles and organs, such as scar tissue and prevent normal rhythm and harmony in your gut from the outside and the inside.

Your intestinal health is crucial to the balance of the health of the rest of your body, so addressing the first intestine is paramount.

natural foods that are toxic to your intestine are sugar, refined / Industrial seeds and grain oils, trans fats and processed foods. Recognize what is a processed food is to think :. Nor has more than 5 ingredients and / or have names of ingredients you can not pronounce or find in your pantry

I believe God has provided exactly what we need to fill both soul and gut with foods that nourish rather than harm.

Healing food for the intestine.

“eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” Michael Pollan

The microbial community (microbiome) living in the intestine, live mainly in our colon. They feed on the digestion of dietary fibers. These microscopic creatures are the control center of much of our body, including metabolism, brain, immune system, digestion, absorption and inflammatory regulation. We have the power to affect our day positively or negatively through what we eat microbiome.

how to eat forms this community of microorganisms. Our bodies were built with a revolving door of bacterial species so it is important to protect these little boogers because our body can help protect you from chronic diseases.

A diet that is healing the gut should consist regularity of organic fresh vegetables, grass organic eggs, organic healthy cuts of meat bred, wild, healthy fats rich in omega 3, lots of spices, fish and fermentable fiber.

Be sure to eat healthy foods rich prebiotic several times a week to help keep the good probiotic bacteria in the gut and promote good healthy intestines.

prebiotic foods consist of apple cider vinegar raw leeks, raw garlic, raw or cooked onions, lentils, chickpeas, raw asparagus and Jerusalem artichokes.

Probiotics are either in supplement form or in fermented foods healthy with live and active cultures.

We all know by now that homemade food is healthier and less expensive. To be completely honest, I have yet to make my own Kombucha or ferment my own sauerkraut. I am a working mother who needs food that is healthy still time. I asked many questions about what processed foods are better than others. My answer to that is, discuss your options. Are you choosing from a Diet Coke and bottled Kombucha? And then choose the healthier option, even if not the purest mark on the land, fermented in your kitchen for weeks, ended with a perfect image for the media.

take a break.

Fearing that gives you more anxiety (see what I did there?)

I’m listing the foods rich in probiotics with fermentable fiber you can buy.

10 foods that cure Gut

  1. Kombucha : Organic, raw, unpasteurized, non-GMO Revive Kombucha . Try the taste of the free ride, if you like Cherry Coke.
  2. Fermented vegetables : unpasteurized, fermented, kosher Sauer Kraut and raw materials Pickles Bubbies
  3. Kimchi Kimchi usually found in Asian dishes, also made of sauerkraut
  4. Miso : Organic, fermented, non-GMO Miso
  5. bone broth bone broth from meat fed beef grass or grass chicken Criado
  6. kefir the water kefir coconut a rich probiotic drink like Kombucha
  7. cocoa raw cocoa seeds good for antioxidants and a small amount of dietary fiber, yay chocolate
  8. gelatin : tasteless, grassfed gelatin used in soups, broths, smoothies and homemade jelly, yum!
  9. yogurt : Almond milk Yogurt with live active cultures
  10. coconut oil : Organic, unrefined oil coco is a bit like tape, useful for everything

still need more inspiration? Out

If -3 1.Plenty of homemade recipes bowel healing in my page Pinterest.

2. top 10 supplements Leaky Gut by Dr. Axe

3. Remember, “The cure is on the farm, not the pharmacy.” (Anonymous)

4. In addition to food there are other lifestyle changes that can improve gut health, such as sleep, prayer, visceral manipulation, breathing digestive, and exercise. Look for these to be addressed along the way.

5. 10 things you need to know about fear . My favorite is “All fear is nothing more than the notion that ending love of God.” You know something? His love never ends. We can learn to live for love because He first loved us. (1 John 4:19)

Behold live free!

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  1. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/05/140522104848.htm
  2. http://theheartysoul.com/6-ways-to-instantly-stimulate-your-vagus-nerve-to-relieve-inflammation-depression-migraines-and-more/
  3. http://chriskresser.com/how-stress-wreaks-havoc-on-your-gut/
  4. https://www.sharecare.com/health/human-emotions/what-effects-fear-anger-body
  5. http://www.jpp.krakow.pl/journal/archive/12_11/pdf/591_12_11_article.pdf
  6. http://chriskresser.com/is-a-disrupted-gut-microbiome-at-the-root-of-modern-disease-with-dr-justin-sonnenburg/?mc_cid=41fd522fe0&mc_eid=59f237f90c
  7. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160317145845.htm
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