Leaky Brain: brain fog, memory loss, depression

EmailShareTweetPinShareMore *Please note: Any transcripts on this page are automatically created and may contain errors or omissions. READ TRANSCRIPT (PDF) Leaky Brain: brain fog, memory loss, depression You may have heard of leaky gut but did you know you can get leaky brain too? The most common symptoms are brain fog and slower mental speed,…

Leaky lungs: Asthma, chronic cough, and respiratory difficulties

EmailShareTweetPinShareMore *Please note: Any transcripts on this page are automatically created and may contain errors or omissions. READ TRANSCRIPT (PDF) Leaky lungs: Asthma, chronic cough, and respiratory difficulties Leaky lung — or pulmonary epithelial permeability — can have the same underlying mechanism as leaky gut and leaky brain. These include inflammation, poor diet, unmanaged autoimmunity,…

The #1 rule when working with gut health problems

EmailShareTweetPinShareMore *Please note: Any transcripts on this page are automatically created and may contain errors or omissions. READ TRANSCRIPT (PDF) The #1 rule when working with gut health problems If you’re like 3/4 of Americans, you suffer from either IBS, diarrhea, acid reflux, constipation, abdominal pain, leaky gut, SIBO, bloating and gas, and so on.…

The role of gut health in depression and lack of motivation

EmailShareTweetPinShareMore *Please note: Any transcripts on this page are automatically created and may contain errors or omissions. READ TRANSCRIPT (PDF) The role of gut health in depression and lack of motivation Research is increasingly establishing the role of poor gut health in depression, lack of motivation, and other mood and brain-based disorders. Breakdowns in gut…

Gut health and fatigue: How your gut impacts your energy levels

EmailShareTweetPinShareMore *Please note: Any transcripts on this page are automatically created and may contain errors or omissions. READ TRANSCRIPT (PDF) Gut health and fatigue: How your gut impacts your energy levels Digestion is an energy-demanding process. In this extremely comprehensive talk, Dr. Kharrazian walks through each step of the gastrointestinal tract to explain the many…

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My number-one gut health rule: Work north to south

One of the biggest mistakes people make with gut health protocols is expecting success from a one-size-fits-all solution. Ten different people can have leaky gut or other gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms for 10 different reasons. It’s important to understand why your gut isn’t working before you try and fix it. The most effective clinical approach —…

Vagus nerve causing gut symptoms? 4 vagus exercises to help heal your gut

Is your brain causing your leaky gut? One of the ways brain dysfunction can contribute to leaky gut is through poor vagus nerve activity. The vagus nerve is a large nerve that sends communication back and forth between the organs and the brain. When the brain is in poor health it can inhibit vagal nerve…

Gut problems not getting better? Consider gut autoimmunity

The immune system is responsible for protecting us from bacteria, viruses, parasites, and other pathogens. However, many factors of modern life have created exploding rates of immune-related disorders, including autoimmunity — a condition in which the immune system attacks and destroys body tissue. Although autoimmune disease can affect any part of the body, many people…

SCFA – Gut bacteria’s ally in taming autoimmunity and inflammation

Healthy gut bacteria is key to managing autoimmunity and other chronic disorders in part because they produce short chain fatty acids (SCFAs), compounds that help modulate the immune system and dampen inflammation. The primary SCFA we look at in relation to immune health is called butyrate. Butyrate is so important to intestinal cells they will…