Your gut is the foundation of your entire health. Your microbiome directly relates to how you look, feel, and think. When your gut is out of balance and inflamed - it can trigger other issues like autoimmune conditions, heart disease, type 1 diabetes, skin conditions, weight gain, acid reflux, asthma, cancer, anxiety, depression, and more.
The person who knows all about inflammation and specifically gut inflammation is Dr. Will Cole. He dives into how our emotional health directly relates to our gut health and the opposite, how the gut relates to our emotions. In his new book, “Gut Feelings: Healing The Shame-Fueled Relationship Between What You And How You Feel,” Dr. Cole illustrates how stress and shame can cause gut inflammation and sabotage your health in a process called shameflammation.
Dr. Will Cole is a leading functional medicine expert who consults people around the world via webcam and locally in Pittsburgh, helping thousands to lose weight and regain vitality. He is the bestselling author of Ketotarian, The Inflammation Spectrum, and the New York Times Bestseller Intuitive Fasting in which he shows how to use the powerful benefits of flexible intermittent fasting to gain metabolic flexibility and find food peace. Dr. Cole is the host of the new podcast The Art of Being Well, and has co hosted goopfellas podcast and Keto Talk.
Dr. Cole Shares how to live a shameflammation free life and more:
- Why mental health is not separate from physical health
- Reasons to assess the type of food you eat
- Recommendations for better grains
- How shame raises inflammation levels
- The definition of shameflammation
- Details about the 21 day plan to heal your gut
- Ways stress hurts the physical body
- How trauma impacts the body
- Healing can be passed down through generations
- The issues with sugar and alcohol
- Favorite tips to gut health
- Breathing practices to help your nervous system
- The unsexy secret to long term health is consistency
For More on Dr. Will Cole
Buy his new book “Gut Feelings”
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