Gut Health and Mental Health Podcast
GUT HEALTH & MENTAL HEALTH SHOW NOTES FOR PODCAST #3
The body of scientific studies linking gut health and mental health is growing at a rapid pace.
There are now over 450 million people globally suffering from some form of mental illness. Most are treated with pharmaceutical drugs and therapy.
But drugs and therapy aren't the only answer. Gut health can be your first line of defense against mental illness.
In today's podcast episode, we explore the connection between diet and common types of mental health problems.
Discover which foods you should be eating and which foods you should avoid for gut health. A healthy gut is not only critical to our mental health; but is also critical to our entire well being.
In this week's podcast, we also discuss the importance of vitamin B-12 for your health and how to get sufficient amounts of B12 on a plant-based diet.
Here is a link for this week's podcast plant-based recipe called Cauliflower Fried Rice. A perfect recipe to improve gut health.
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Wishing you a peaceful and compassionate week!
2 thoughts on “Podcast #3 – The Connection Between Gut Health And Mental Health”
Thank you. Thank you deeply for helping us change our lives, our future, and our kids future. ❤️😘🤗
You are apreachated.
Hi Malie – Thank you for your kind words and taking the time out to let me know. They mean a lot to me. Sending you lots of peace and compassion for the holidays! And thanks for being part of our healthy community!