Are your gut issues driving you crazy? Are you SOOOO done with being bloated all the time?
And as if it wasn’t bad enough that being bloated is super uncomfortable, does it also seem to suck your focus and attention away from whatever task you need to concentrate on?
Tell me if this sounds like you:
OH YES. I’VE BEEN THERE! It’s the main reason I became a nutritionist infatuated with the digestive system from the start. (There is a funny story that my family likes to tell about my first hunt and being more interested in the moose entrails than the meat. Yes, such is my level of curiousity!)
=> I wanted to know what makes our stomach bloat?
=> I wanted to know how to make bloating go away… for good?!
AND I DID!
I figured out the exact steps to get rid of bloating – and other gut issues too.
So, if you tired of being bloated all the time, if you’ve had a summer of eating too much and/or too random and/or consuming too much sugar or alcohol than usual, and IF you're ready to do something about it – don’t miss this!
Click here to join and take action this month to recover and reset your gut 😊 We’ll do it together!
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Do you know some mushrooms can be very helpful in reducing anxiety and improving gut function?
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They are also prebiotic which means they help to nourish our good gut bacteria!
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Low levels of magnesium are often found in people suffering from anxiety. Magnesium not only relaxes your mind but also your muscles. Signs of deficiency can include muscle aches and spasms, anxiety, insomnia, jiitters, jumpiness, irritability, fatigue and weak teeth and nails.
You can get magnesium from dark leafy greens, all produce, and seeds and nuts, but if you find you still are anxious, try supplementing with an additional 300-500 mg of magnesium a day.
Another nutrient deficiency that anxious people tend to share is B3, B6, folic acid and B12. These are especially important nutrients for production of dopamin, seratonin and adrenalin - without which you'd feel crazy - and for the process of methylation which is how the brain keeps everything in balance.
Best sources of B-vitamins come from all animal-based foods, nuts and seeds and especially nutritional yeast... but unless your stomach is functioning properly, you could be deficient. It's not a bad idea to take a B-vitamin supplement daily and since its water-soluble, you excrete what you don't need.
Lastly, a rarely discussed problem that can contribute to anxiety is a copper-histamine imbalance but its relevant today due to the extensive use of the birth control pill and copper plumbing.
It has been found that people who suffer extreme anxiety in the form of intense fear, phobias or paranoia have high copper levels.... which suppresses histamine production. This is key because histamine is a required for stomach acid production and without sufficient stomach acid, there will be digestive problems galore!
I hope that you find something here to try that grabs your attention. Do you already take a specific food or nutrient that you've found to help lower your anxiety? I'd love to hear about it.
Here's a <hug> and an <elbow bump> for you, from me. May you find some peace today!
It Takes Guts Nutrition
Katanne Belisle RHN
Gut Health Specialist
Whitehorse, YT, CAN
What Clients Are Saying
"I was plagued by a myriad of digestive and inflammatory issues and after months of discomfort I was fortunate enough to meet Katanne. Her insight, intuition, knowledge and caring attention has made it possible for me to heal and thrive with a new understanding of the food I eat. I am now healthier, happier and have more energy than I have had in quite some time. " ~ Steve T.
"Katanne gives well balanced information versed in first hand experience and research. After seeing various health professionals over the years, doing my own research, trials and tribulations, I can (say) that this is the real deal, and that what she provides people is a holistic, realistic approach to healing oneself through food" ~ Elizabeth G.