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Did you know that 90% of serotonin, “the happy hormone” is produced in the gut? This relatively new area of research has shown us that in order to support your mental health, it’s also essential to support your gut health. Focus on these food groups to support a healthy gut and a healthy mind. By looking after your gut microbiome, you are going to be making sure you have healthy functioning neurotransmitters to help balance your mood.
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Vitamin K2 plays many roles, most importantly, it enables your body to manage calcium properly. Vitamin K comes in different forms. Although we may consume plenty of K1 in a plant-based diet, we may be deficient in K2, which is only found in a few plant foods, such as the fermented foods natto and sauerkraut, and certain animal products, such as butter, meat and egg yolks.
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The vagal nerves are the main nerves of your parasympathetic nervous system that controls specific body functions such as digestion, heart rate and immune system. Although we can't control the functions of the vagus nerve system we can stimulate our vagus nerve to send a message to our bodies that it’s time to relax and de-stress, which leads to long-term improvements in mood, pain management and resilience. #BodyICEREcovery #vagusnervestimulation #relaxation #coldtherapy #vagusnerve
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Experience a 5 minute powerful practice to self-regulate your vagus nerve and build pathways of healing and self-revealing.
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Did you know the vagus nerve is your body’s very own in-built de-stressing mechanism? The vagus nerve is the most influential nerve in our parasympathetic nervous system, which oversees a vast array of crucial bodily functions, including control of mood, immune response, digestion, breathing and heart rate. It’s the primary pathway that your gut and brain communicate through. When we stimulate the vagus nerve, it sends a message to our bodies that it’s time to relax and de-stress.
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Gastroparesis is a disorder that slows or stops the movement of food from your stomach to your small intestines. Discover the causes and healing strategies.
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