And when life is usually too fast and busy to put proper priority on our health (yes, even the health practitioners struggle with that!) - well, now we are definitely taking notice and taking care.
Taking care of myself and my family's health shifts me out of fear to one of empowerment. It feels good to be doing something that helps!
There are SOOOOO many things you can do to boost your digestive health and immunity. Here are another two easy things to focus on in the meantime.
Pay attention to HOW you eat. Relax before and during eating, and avoid distractions so you can chew really really well!
This maximizes production of acid in your stomach and sets up your whole digestive system to function properly!
It also helps you to break down and absorb proteins, and vitamins A, C, E, B6 plus iron, zinc and magnesium... all essential for immune health.
Focus on eating fresh fruits and veggies, fermented foods, and soups made with veggies, seaweeds and/or meat bones. These provide you with plenty of Vitamin C, A and zinc, some of the primary nutrients for boosting your immune system. There's more to read about them all here.
With love for your gut,
PS. To help out during COVID19 outbreak, I'm opening up my calendar for the next two weeks. If this or any other virus scares you, let me help you strengthen your immune and digestive systems by identifying where your gut is out of balance and what to do about it.
You can set up your FREE 45-minute Gut Insight and Clarity Call by clicking right here.
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.