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  • Writer's pictureKathy Petrin

What is '30 Days to Healthy Living'?

Updated: Aug 3, 2020

This program is about a willingness to up-level your wellness program and look at how you 'fuel' your body focusing on the microbiome* and optimal gut health. You will eat unprocessed, whole, clean, organic foods while eliminating potential or common allergens for just 30 days... I say 'just' because in the grand scheme of things, it's worth it and you can do it! Each morning you will begin your day with a morning smoothie, using a special easy to digest delicious protein powder filled with vitamins and minerals (nutrients), pre-and probiotics (gut health), fiber (eliminate toxins and waste) all of this goodness also helps stabilize blood sugar throughout your day. There are Fizzy drinks with B6, B12, ginseng and natural caffeine from green tea for healthy energy and a great detox tea to have throughout the day. These tools are proven to help you stay on track and the results are amazing. Meals are every 3-4 hours so you will feel nourished and satisfied allowing you to feel your best at any age!

Learn more or sign up with my next group by emailing: [email protected]

*More about the microbiome

It’s likely that you’ve recently heard about the “microbiome” for the first time and you may have some questions about what it is and why it’s such a big deal. Research is uncovering that our microbiomes are extremely important to not just our digestion but our overall health and wellness.

But what is it? In short, your microbiome is the combined collection of genes within both the good and bad micro-organisms that live in your body. You may be shocked to learn that research has linked the gut microbiome to mood, weight, heart health and much more. In this article, we’ll discover 5 surprising benefits of having a healthy gut microbiome and how to achieve that in your own body.

Ways That a Healthy Microbiome Benefits You

  1. Supports digestion: A healthy microbiome is made up of diverse micro-organisms which include digestion-aiding bacteria. The bacteria help the body to fully digest and utilize the energy and nutrients from complex carbohydrates as well as proteins that you eat.

  2. Supports a healthy immune system: A healthy gut microbiome acts as the first line of defense against ingested pathogens. It does this by competing against pathogens for nutrients and secreting antimicrobial compounds. These actions support your immune system by making it difficult for pathogens to colonize.

  3. Supports bone health: Calcium is a nutrient that is essential for bone health, but one that many Americans do not get enough of. A diverse group of bacteria found in a healthy gut microbiome may help to increase the absorption of calcium. Therefore, a healthy gut microbiome may help to support bone health.

  4. Supports a healthy weight: A small yet significant key to maintaining a healthy weight may be your gut microbiome. A healthy microbiome is characterized by a balance of both good and bad microbes. Studies have linked out-of-balance or non-diverse microbiomes with obesity. Conversely, having a balanced microbiome has been linked to being at a healthy weight.

  5. Supports brain health: The gut-brain-axis is how our gut speaks with our brain. This communication may be influenced by certain gut micro-organisms that release neurotransmitters—leading to the probability that the gut microbiome may impact mood and cognition.

Achieving a Healthy Microbiome

Our daily lifestyle choices, such as diet and exercise, have a profound effect on our microbiome. Namely, its stability, resiliency and diversity. Of the three, diversity is what we have the most control over. Achieving a diverse community of micro-organisms helps to ensure that a bad organism doesn’t dominate your gut over the good microbes.

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