Imagine a world where a diabetes diagnosis doesn’t mean a life riddled with health complications?
One where diabetics (both type 1 and type 2) have the tools to live a normal life and feel GREAT.
Over the years, I've learned a lot about the key role that a healthy, ancestral diet plays in disease prevention and vibrant health. And while diet IS absolutely the cornerstone of a healthy life, there's also another important variable, called low vagal tone, that’s often implicated in things like:
Anxiety/depression, Food sensitivities, Brain fog, Inflammation, Reflux, Gut issues (IBS)...that I haven't talked nearly enough about.
Collagen is a powerful amino acid supplement that’s great for everything from gut health to joint health.
But the more I learned about the processing behind collagen powder, the more I turned to the good old fashioned bone broth for the healing benefits of collagen.
It’s happened to all of us. You order something at a restaurant and, even though the server insisted it was gluten-free … you definitely don’t feel right.
Whether gluten triggers your autoimmune disease, you have non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or you simply feel better when you stay away from it, getting glutened is no fun. And for those with celiac disease, gluten can cause serious intestinal damage.
Luckily, there are a few things you can do to bounce back quickly from getting gluten exposure, aka “getting glutened”.
it’s not even a new discovery – but an old one that was sorta swept under the rug and never really brought into the limelight.
Big pharma & energy drink manufacturers probably hoped it would stay there…but we think your quality of life is too important to ignore it any longer.
To re-discover this lost secret, we have to go back to 1951 when scientists wanted to test the effects of liver consumption. They conducted a study on lab rats, and divided them into 3 groups:
Keep reading to find out more!
If someone on the street asked you the #1 way to support gut health, what would you say?
I best most of us would have the same answer – probiotics.
But the pill form of probiotics as we know them today didn’t hit the scene until the late 1900s.
So what did generations past do to care for their guts?
They ate fermented foods!