Gut Health - Part 1 with Mase and Dan (PODCAST #10)

November 13, 2018 0 Comments 1 min read

Gut Health - Part 1 with Mase and Dan (PODCAST #10)

 

Gut health - what a minefield! Well, after today's Part 1 episode, we hope you'll be feeling more empowered understanding your gut health. Dan Sipple (The Functional Naturopath) joins Mason today as the boys dive deep into the depths of your gastro-intestinal tract! This subject is so vast, we have Part 1 and Part 2 to follow - stay tuned for next week. This episode covers the basics, what is digestion, what is good gut health and how we can build a robust gut microbiome - all the topics to get you in the driver's seat of your health. Dan shares his personal gut health journey (inclusive of viral load and Epstein-Barr) and once again, Dan brings his clinical observations to the table with real-life client experiences.

 

The guys discuss:

  • Why testing and data for gut health can help with specific diagnoses
  • How beneficial colostrum and aloe vera are for the gut lining
  • Mouth to anus - the digestive system is a hollow tube!
  • Bloating, distension, diarrhoea, constipation, vomiting, nausea are all signs of an unhealthy digestive system
  • 80% of the immune system resides in the gut
  • The more robust your gut health, the stronger your immunity
  • The pilot light for good digestion is the kidneys
  • How stress greatly impacts the Yin digestive system - stress less peeps
  • Rock-hard, stressed, tense abs are out; movement, flow and softness are in!
  • Remember all the happy neurotransmitters are made in the gut
  • Why Lion's Mane is so effective for gut health via nerve regeneration and prebiotic actions
  • Bitter tastes fuel and heal your gut (apple cider vinegar works a charm)
  • Antacids set you up for bacterial overgrowth, malabsorption and lowers your stomach acid, which is NOT the way to heal heartburn

 

Who is Dan Sipple?

Dan is a also known as The Functional Naturopath who uses cutting-edge evidence-based medicine. Experienced in modalities such as herbal nutritional medicine, with a strong focus on environmental health and longevity, Dan has a wealth of knowledge in root-dysfunction health.

 

Resources

The Beauty Shot
SuperFeast Instrgram - meekness
Ubiome
Allessio Fasano
Bristol Stool Chart
Lion's Mane
Reishi - The Queen

 

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