ANH founder Rob Verkerk PhD discusses the links between your gut and brain and how you can improve the health of both in this video recording of his presentation at the 2020 Get Well Show.
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Your gut is the most important interface between you and the outside world. Your food is the most important part of the external environment with which you and your genes interact. Your vagus nerve means your gut and brain are intimately connected. Using deep insights about these interconnections, Rob Verkerk PhD takes your through a unique six step process that will help you improve gut permeability, restore healthy gut microbial communities, balance neurotransmitters, personalise your diet, and establish balance in your autonomic nervous system and good vagal tone.
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ANH founder Rob Verkerk PhD discusses the health benefits of a low carb/high fat diet from an evolutionary perspective in this video recording of his presentation at the 2020 Get Well Show. Find out how this way of eating can significantly reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer's disease.