A strong vagus nerve: Circadian Retraining 2.5 years in

Proper function of the vagus nerve is important to overall health. The vagus nerve helps regulate the stress response and is the communication line in the brain-gut axis. As a result, poor vagal function and lead to high stress and poor digestion. There are a number of tips online that help promote vagal stimulation. This … Continue reading A strong vagus nerve: Circadian Retraining 2.5 years in

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High blood sugar dampens the circadian clock

High blood sugar causes a variety of problems in the human body. It damages blood vessel walls, increases plaque accumulation, damages the kidneys, and damages nerves throughout the body. Oh yeah, it also causes leaky gut. Now, researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University identified another problem with high blood sugar: It … Continue reading High blood sugar dampens the circadian clock

Does GLP-1 play a major role in IBS symptoms?

IBS symptoms cause a lot of discomfort. The primary symptoms of IBS in the gut include: Gas/bloatingAbdominal pain & crampingDiarrheaConstipationNauseaFrequent trips to the bathroom Most evidence points to changes in gut sensory function and motility as causes of IBS. But this information isn't all that useful if you can't determine what's causing failure at both … Continue reading Does GLP-1 play a major role in IBS symptoms?