In my September podcast I mentioned that I was working on an article about gluten and the small intestine (which I often refer to as the belly brain). The problem is that the more I learn about nutrition and the small intestine, the less I know.
So rather than give you a bunch of information that I have accumulated which may or may not be helpful for your physical health, I am going to do something different and point you to an interview series on gut health called “The Digestion Sessions“ that is launching on Sunday, November 9th.
I am familiar with several of the experts being interviewed in this series, and after watching the first pre-release video on the gut-brain connection, I feel very good about recommending this video series to you.
The way these kind of things work is that you sign up and get free access to all the videos for a certain amount of time, and the full video set along with some other bonuses is available to purchase. I already made my purchase, but remember that you can watch all the videos for zero charge. (Full disclosure: if you do purchase after clicking my link, I will get a commission.)
If you’ve been with me for any length of time, you know I don’t promote things often, but after you watch the first video with Dr Kharrazian, I think you’ll understand why I am excited for all of us to learn this information.
This link will redirect you to their website where you can sign up to receive the videos:
Here’s to happy belly brains!
p.s. Biological bodies are all different, and what works for one person may not work for another. In this day and age, diet has become more divisive than religion, so please do not post comments like, “I’m doing the ______ diet / regimen, and everyone else should be doing it too because ______.” or, “If people aren’t eating _______ they are killing the planet/themselves/etc.”