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The 8 phases of digestive stress is one of the most popular topics I have covered and I will be going over all of it while highlighting 3 important phases. You will get to hear some great information on what causes stress on your system and how things are linked together closely. I’ll be sharing the 5 foods that cause my clients the most stress as well as cover the signs that show you are not digesting macronutrients properly.
You’ll learn that you are, in fact, not what you eat. You are what you digest. I’ll explain this concept and discuss the importance of protein in your diet and being able to digest it properly. I’ll also talk about where people go wrong when trying to solve issues with their bowels as well as how to understand the ways your nervous system reacts to stress.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- The specific sequence that causes digestive stress.
- Common foods that have almost always been a source of stress.
- Signs of not digesting macronutrients properly.
- Why proteins are the most important nutrient you ingest.
- Why we should be looking at the liver and not necessarily the colon when having issues with our bowels.
- The fact that your body does not always use what you put into it.
- Understanding the nervous system and how it reacts to your digestive stress.
Ideas Worth Sharing:Get the pork, peanuts, corn, soy and wheat out of your diet. I call these the 5 belly busters. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Proteins do everything – they’re the most important nutrients, really, for overall health. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet Just because you put food into your mouth, doesn’t mean that your body properly utilizes it. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet
Resources In Today’s Episode:
- Dr. Christine Kaczmar: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
- Find out what phase of digestive stress you’re in
- Dr. Christine’s Healthy Rebels Private Facebook Group
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