Step 1: Balance the Brain

The human brain is one of the most complex
and profoundly intricate structures in the
known universe.

Made up of tens of billions
of specialized cells called neurons that
communicate with one another via chemical
messengers called neurotransmitters (NT’s).

The brain uses NT’s to tell your heart to
beat, your lungs to breathe, and your
stomach to digest. They can also affect mood, sleep, concentration, weight, and can cause adverse symptoms when they are out of balance. Neurotransmitter levels can become depleted many ways.

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Step 2: Heal the Gut

Antibiotics, poor nutrition, and alcohol
have negative effects on the microbiome
and decrease microbial diversity.

A poorly diversified microbiome can
predispose us to inflammation, atherosclerosis, obesity and cancer.

Research shows that when the gut is inflamed and out of sorts (sometimes without any symptoms), neurotransmitter production is negatively affected.

This leads to feeling tired all the time, an inability to focus, difficulty sleeping, and ADD/ADHD in kids and adults.

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Step 3: Nourish the Body

When the brain and the gut communicate properly, the body is able to utilize the nutrients you consume to begin to heal itself.

The interaction between the receptors in our
gut, microbiota metabolites and the nutrients from our diet form a basis of communications between the endocrine, neuronal, and immune systems.

Different diets alter the composition of our microbiota, thereby altering the metabolic profile, which alters the receptor interaction that guides system communication and ultimately, our behavior.

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