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Gut-Brain Connection

Hi friend,

During the holidays, I know my gut gets a workout eating foods I don't usually eat. This also affects how I think and my mood!

The gut-brain axis is a bidirectional communication system between the gut and the brain, allowing them to constantly communicate with each other.

This means that the health of your gut can have a direct influence on your cognitive function and mental well-being.

Research has shown that a healthy gut contributes to better cognitive function, memory, and mood regulation. On the other hand, an unhealthy gut can lead to various cognitive issues such as…

Brain fog – The GI tract produces neurotransmitters that are linked to thoughts, mood, concentration and other cognitive abilities. If dysbiosis occurs, inflammatory reactions may occur, leading to a negative impact on both memory and learning.

Low energy and fatigue – An unhealthy gut can have a negative impact on your circadian rhythm which disrupts sleep and can leave you feeling tired throughout the day.

Anxiety and depression – It is believed that about half of the dopamine found in the body and the majority of serotonin are produced in the gut. If this system is compromised, these “happy hormones” will be affected, which can lead to poor mood or a depressed state. Furthermore, a leaky gut could cause these hormones to be lost or “leaked” rather than used properly.

So, how can you improve your gut health and support your cognitive health?

You’ll discover practical strategies to harness mindfulness, stress management techniques and holistic approaches to support a healthier gut-brain axis.

35+ Gut Reset Summit experts will explore…

  • Childhood trauma as a hidden trigger for chronic digestive issues

  • Mental fitness and its impact on your child’s gut health

  • IBS and the fibromyalgia connection

  • The #1 factor driving your food cravings

  • Health effects of unresolved childhood events

  • Simple mindfulness techniques & improving vagus nerve function

  • How to clear limiting beliefs & negative emotions linked to eating

  • #1 reason why chronic pain sufferers don’t heal

  • Connection between leaky brain & digestive health

  • 3 signs your child has a leaky gut

  • PLUS simple practices that you can start applying immediately!

If you’re ready to take action, this event could prove to be your essential “go-to” source for expert-level information! Dr. John Dempster has gathered an outstanding lineup of health & wellness experts who will provide information and education on state-of-the-art, evidence-informed tools, tips and practices to help get your gut health (and overall health) into the best shape possible.

Remember, taking care of your gut health is not only beneficial for your digestive system but also plays a crucial role in maintaining optimal cognitive function.

By making small changes to your lifestyle and prioritizing your gut health, you can support your overall well-being.

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