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SDR 154: 5 Reasons For Low Energy

SDR 154: 5 Reasons For Low Energy

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Are you constantly feeling tired and wondering why your energy is so low? Low energy is a common complaint, and if you suffer from it, this is an episode you’ll definitely want to listen to because I’m sharing the top five reasons why this may be happening, as well as what you can do to change it starting today.

Listen in as I detail the five most common areas of your physical and emotional space that lower your energy, guiding you on what to look for in each area and how to correct any imbalances so you can boost your energy from within. I’ll also be answering some of your viewer questions about food labels, sugars, and prescription medications.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • The top five reasons why your energy is low.
  • What types of food to stay away from to keep your energy up.
  • The five belly busters.
  • Foods that are amazing for gut health and energy.
  • Why it’s important to avoid ice water when you’re eating.
  • How your emotional health and digestion impact your energy levels.
  • What pre-digestion is and why it’s important.
  • How prescription drugs affect your digestive power.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

We should be filling our bodies up with light throughout the day. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet That pre-digestion phase is critical to your energy levels. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet The more stress you are under, the more your digestion shuts down. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet

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SDR 152: Fix These 2 Things

SDR 152: Fix These 2 Things

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Today we’re going to just dive in and get down to the nitty-gritty basics of digestion. It’s all about bowel movements in this episode, something I specialize in—along with Crohn’s, colitis, and constipation. These are really important things to talk about because it’s a huge indicator of how healthy you are, so make sure to tune in!

I will shed light on how to solve deficient stomach acid and undigested food, as well as how fixing these two things can turn things around for you and your health really quickly. You’ll also learn about how common things mess up your stomach acid, where you want your PH to be, and how to properly remove waste in order to restore normal function to the body.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • The two biggest digestion issues.
  • A huge change that can be made by solving these two digestive issues.
  • Common things that mess up your stomach acid.
  • How age is involved in stomach acid issues.
  • Why stomach acid is so important.
  • How to restore normal function to the body.
  • The role of enzymes.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

If we just resolve these two things – deficient stomach acid and undigested food – it would be dramatic how well and quickly one’s health would improve. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet It takes about 45 minutes for stomach acid to form in a healthy person. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet Your stomach is not just this constantly percolating vat of acid 24/7. In fact, when your stomach is empty, it’s like a flat envelope; there’s really nothing much going on in there. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet

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SDR 150: Immune Basics

SDR 150: Immune Basics

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Our immune system is essential for our survival, but do you really know how it works to keep us safe, and what can affect its ability to fight off infection? Today, in this short and sweet episode, I’m talking all about the immune system and how you can optimize it to stay healthy.

Up to 90% of our immune system lives in our gut, and if we’re not focusing on our digestive health, we are by default also neglecting our immune system. This can lead to a multitude of ailments, from mental health issues to inflammation and headaches. Listen in as I share how the immune system complex works, the role digestive health plays, and how to keep your immune system running in optimal shape.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How our immune system works.
  • The 8 phases of stress on the body.
  • Why it’s important to add enzymes back into our food.
  • How to boost your digestion to strengthen your immune system.
  • The difference between raw and cooked food—and why it matters.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Our immune system is essential for our survival. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet Your decisions about what you put in your body are your choice, but every decision has consequences. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet 80-90% of your immune system lives in your gut. - Dr. Christine Kaczmar Click To Tweet

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SDR 148: Gut Check Goodies

SDR 148: Gut Check Goodies

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Today, I thought I’d switch it up and share some of the goodies from my book, Gut Check: How The Broken Medical Model Is Creating More Sickness And Why Timeless Healing Principles Are Needed Now. Whether you have gotten the chance to read it or not, these bits and pieces I’ll be sharing are super important reminders that will help you now and in the future.

From putting enzymes back in food to recharging our batteries, I will share some valuable nuggets of wisdom from myself and other guest experts featured in my book. Listen in to learn about the keys to wellness, the Digestion Doc’s approved fats, and much more.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why the sickest patients often have the best diet.
  • The importance of adding the enzymes back to your food.
  • Digestion Doc approved fats.
  • The power of fermented foods.
  • How we recharge our batteries.
  • The types of stresses we experience.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Many, if not all, diseases that humans suffer and die from are caused by the excessive use of the enzyme deficient, cooked, and processed foods. - Dr. Howard Loomis Click To Tweet Diseases can manifest cellularly, energetically, physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually, and will often involve a combination of these causes. - Donald Yance Click To Tweet Just because you’re eating healthy, it doesn’t mean that your body is adequately breaking food down and digesting it. - Dr. Christine Click To Tweet

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SDR 146: Digestion Basics

SDR 146: Digestion Basics

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This is a quick little episode talking about one of the most important—but often overlooked—aspects of good health: digestion. Digestion is something people tend to take for granted, but it’s not something that just happens. In fact, it’s a pretty complicated process, and if it’s not happening correctly, it can lead to numerous health problems. 

In this episode, I’ll be sharing Dr. Howard Loomis’ definition of digestion, as well as his breakdown of how the process of digestion works, why enzymes are so important, and some myths about digestion. This is a great primer on digestion, so take a listen whether you’re new to this or just need a reminder!

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why digestion is important.
  • How the process of digestion works.
  • Why it’s important to chew your food thoroughly.
  • How enzymes participate in digestion.
  • Why each step of this process is important for the next step.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

Digestion is largely taken for granted by just about everybody. - Dr. Howard Loomis Click To Tweet {Digestion} should not be overlooked as a root cause for many health problems. - Dr. Howard Loomis Click To Tweet Contrary to the popular conception of a bubbling cauldron of acid, your stomach is nearly empty when you first begin to eat. - Dr. Howard Loomis Click To Tweet

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