Gut, The Second Brain

Gut, The Second Brain


We are living in a world that is dominated by information technology which is being delivered at an alarming rate. This in turn creates an imbalance in our daily time management. This imbalance causes a stress previously unknown to our ancestors as we attempt to cram more and more tasks in a reduced time frame leading to short cuts to achieve these daily goals.

By creating the short cuts, the first task to be abandoned is the creation of a healthy food intake as we look to fast and processed foods and the immediate satisfaction of alleviating hunger.  

In the short term this works, however in the long term the body is then depleted of the essential Chemical nutrients required in all the systems of the body to maintain good health.

With the depletion of nutrients, stress is placed on all the body systems, making them work harder to maintain the energy required to fulfil the daily functions.   With the extra strain on the other systems, Structural and Emotional, the body cannot function effectively causing the gut and other poor health issues that have become common and prevalent in today’s society. The gut issues that are caused by poor nutrition and an unhealthy lifestyle include: 

  • Bloating
  • Colitis 
  • Constipation.
  • Diverticulitis,
  • Emotional distress
  • Irritable bowel disease and syndrome,
  • Nausea
  • Obesity
  • Poor sleeping patterns & Insomnia
  • Ulcerative Colitis. 

The body can only compensate for a short period of time before symptoms of fatigue and a shortened ability to achieve the daily tasks becomes apparent. If these issues are not corrected it can lead to other more serious health issues.

There is evidence now available that the gut and brain are interlinked with emotion and stress playing a vital role in the health of the body and in particular the gut. 

Dr. Michael Mosley (Michael Mosley SBS Reset gut) discusses the issue of Stress being associated with bowel syndromes and diseases. Dr Mosley then discusses ways to assist and heal the gut with the simple and practical steps that can be taken to prevent the most common chronic illness especially associated with the gut.  

 How can Kinesiology help?

Charllotte-Ann Webbe, a Registered Kinesiology Practitioner, has the ability to access and release the stresses, (caused by poor nutrition and associated emotional distress) which are stored in the muscles and organs of the body. Kinesiology commences the resetting of the balance of the body to return to a more structured and healthier lifestyle. Triad of Health

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