Sunday, 14 April 2019 Wicklow Food, Drink & Entertainment
lets talk gut health - you have 2kg of bacteria in your gut and nearly all your happy hormone serotonin is made by these guys (approx 95%), your gut really affects your moods - in terms of your immune system - 70% of your immune system cells are in your gut too. Your gut is often called your second brain and all the expressions ‘trust your gut’ or ‘whats your gut instinct” have great truth in them, there is a large nerve that goes one way straight from your gut to your brain giving feedback that has a large affect on your mood, energy levels, cravings for certain foods to name a few things. Foods that feed your gut are plant based high fibre foods such as fruit, veg, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds . Foods to limit/avoid are the foods that you most likely guess too: refined processed foods, sweets, choc, baked goods etc..stress also has a big impact on your gut health..
Our May online happy gut course is HALF PRICE for this weekend only - its the first time we have offered this deal before. We do all the recipes and food, Dr Alan Desmond @devongutdoctor, gastroenterologist goes through all the science behind building a healthy gut and all recipes and food plans gone through by NHS dietician @rosiepb
Its great for building up your gut health, learning to cook and be better organised, reduce bloating and symptoms of IBS and all round upgrade your life!! For more details https://courses.thehappypear.ie/happy-gut/.
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