Well, in my last blog I said I was going to test the format for my upcoming circadian program and here it is. In this powerpoint presentation video I cover why anyone looking to improve their gut health should take a look at syncing their circadian clocks. I’d like to know your thoughts on the layout, the length, the content, everything. Most importantly, I’d like to know if this is a viable medium for you to learn with. So, leave a comment below if you have anything to add and feel free to join the private facebook group here if you’re interested in learning about the circadian program and what it’s all about.
Thank you and enjoy!
EDIT: The program is now live and has grown to 9 hours of video.
My new Circadian Retraining Program helps you set your light exposure, feeding/fasting cycle, and physical activity so that you can take advantage of properly synced clocks.
There’s also some added features that help you navigate factors such as exercise and coffee intake that have an effect on the clocks. The program includes unlimited access to the facebook group where I can help you personalize your zeitgeber exposure schedule. You can check it out here if you’re interested.
3 thoughts on “The importance of circadian rhythms in gut health”
So, when is the best time to Eat and take supplements etc?
Hey Max, it depends on a lot of stuff. The time of day is in reference to lights on/lights off, not a specific time of day. Generally, with diet, it depends on when you exercise, meal content, etc. As far as supplements go, it depends on the supplement.
I recommend people build their own circadian schedule of light exposure, sleep, feeding/physical activity, fasting/resting, and then it’s easier to pinpoint when to eat, take things, etc.