One of the best ways to measure gut health is to measure transit time–the time it takes for food to travel from mouth to rectum. If your transit time is too long, undigested food sits in a heated environment, fermentation begins, and food byproducts begin to rot and putrefy. If your transit time is too short, nutrients are not being absorbed.
Watch today’s video to see how to test your transit time at home.
Twenty six million Americans, aged 20 and over, have high blood sugar and many of them don’t even know it! High blood sugar can lead to diabetes if not addressed. Millions more have low blood sugar and don’t realize it. Low blood sugar can cause depression, weight gain, chronic fatigue, allergies, alcoholism, childhood behavior problems.
If you have a blood sugar problem,watch today’s short video to learn about some prescription drug alternatives that help in getting your blood sugar under control.
Many people experience acid reflux and think it is normal. Sure, acid blockers or antacids can give short-term relief, but unfortunately they make the problem worse. If you get acid reflux (or take antacids), it’s time to really “fix” the problem. Watch this week’s Wellness Minute to find out how.
If heart health is a part of your health equation, watch this week’s video.
Like many people, as Jamie approached middle age, although she wasn’t experiencing a major health crisis, she had to admit that she was not very healthy. She wanted to get healthy but needed help. Jamie tells her story how a wellness coach empowered her with the knowledge and inspiration to take her health to a whole new level, even with results she never thought possible.
Watch today’s short video to see how having a wellness coach behind you can help you reach your personal health goals.