We all know “stress” is bad, but how does it actually translate into poor health?
We all know INFLAMMATION is bad, but how does it translate into poor health?
Reviewing “Tryptophan Steal” which may provide a better understanding of the above:
Tracking Inflammation and thus potentially saving your Serotonin, Melatonin & Overall Health.
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Inflammation has long been recognized as a common denominator among the mass majority of unfavorable conditions. However, NOT ALL INFLAMMATION is bad. In fact, sometimes it is necessary; particularly when dealing with a musculoskeletal injury or perceived discomfort post exercise, workout or training.
In these cases, inflammation is actually an imperative component of the healing process. If we narrow mindedly block this due to applying a somewhat ignorant, across the board damnation of all inflammation, in an effort to avoid temporary discomfort, we actually delay and could outright block the healing process and our ability to fully recover.
Follow us now on the oft ignored explanation and mechanism behind this, and what you can do intelligently facilitate a healthy immune response, which includes that optimal healing and recovery we all want to achieve.
Posted in Chiropractic, Health & Wellness, Nutrition, Running, Sports, Supplements
Tagged anti-inflammatory, collagen, DHA, EPA, exercise, Fascia, Fatty Acids, fish oil, healing, inflammation, injury, insulin, insulin resistance, ligament, lipids, muscle, NSAIDS, omega 3, pain, recovery, soft tissue, Specialized Proresolution Mediators, SPMs, Sports, sports performance, sprain, strain, Supplements, tendon, training, triglycerides
Are you tired of being told to do things without an explanation?
Are you tired of hearing blanket statements and expected to simply accept it without understanding the mechanism behind it, or knowing if the conveyor of the message even understands it themselves?
I know for us and many of our patients, we want to know the “how” and the “why;” the nitty-gritty if you will. Connecting the dots can help fuel the fire to execute and follow through; knowing the purpose behind the action and potentially further perpetuating the desired outcome and gains.
Are you tied of reading as well?
That is soooo 2019.
Well, in an attempt to keep it up contemporary and give the people what they want, check out these 4 chapters below; broken up into digestible 60 second or less chunks that what will illuminate the very real connection behind the health of your gastro-intestinal tract and your brain; hopefully providing a potential starting point or additional path on your journey towards health optimization.
Still hungry for health? We got you.
Posted in Health & Wellness, Nutrition
Tagged ADD, adhd, Alzheimer's, Anxiety, brain, brain fog, brain health, cognition, cognitive decline, dementia, depression, focus, Functional Medicine, gut, gut brain axis, gut health, holistic health, inflammation, intestinal permeability, leaky gut, learning disability, memory, Mental Health, mild cognitive impairment, motivation, panic attacks, the gut