Over the last decade or so we have witnessed a profound turnaround in attitudes of health professionals and the general public regarding the reasons underlying good health, vitality and longevity versus those of ill-health, disease and mortality.
Although many so-called ‘alternative’ methodologies have always believed otherwise, the western world has had a pre-occupation with externalizing the causes of their ill-health.
Believing that the causes for their conditions and diseases came from without meant they could relinquish, with clear conscience, the power to heal to external sources also.
Recent studies are rediscovering what some have always known – that a major cause of ill-health is the state of the body. That is, when the internal environment is in a state of imbalance, it provides the conditions for unwanted pathogens to thrive, setting off further imbalances that result in the various conditions and diseases.
Further, ancient wisdom and current research agree that the key to health (or otherwise) are more impacted by diet than any other factor, with exercise, sleep and other ‘lifestyle’ influences also playing a big part.
Realizing the huge role that diet plays in our health, it should be obvious that the first place to seek improvement should be the digestive system. If our gut is not healthy, we can hardly expect it to provide the sustenance our body needs to carry out its vital functions so that we can live as we should.
This eBook provides very practical advice on improving and restoring gut health through natural means, as well as explanations on factors other than diet that can affect digestive wellbeing, such as stress.
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