The Brain And Gut Connection … Did You Know?

The Brain and the Stomach are in constant communication with each other? So, what you eat will have a direct and immediate influence on what you think and how you feel — as well as how you think and what you feel.

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Consumption of bad “foods” produces negative feelings, self-destructive thoughts, conflict, impaired rest, disturbed sleep, even suicide. Good food results in good feelings, joyful thoughts, harmony, complete rest, fulfilling sleep and a positive attitude

The Digestive System and Elimination Canal produce two-thirds of the body’s serotonin, the chemical that transmits neurons to create and sustain happiness. These chemistries, along with other neurons and natural chemistries, flow throughout the intestinal tract, also affecting the Brain and its many important activities.

The Brain is so complex that no similar structure exists in the rest of the body, the rest of nature or even the rest of the known universe. The closest parallel remote at best — is the infinite drops of water in an ocean. Think of each drop as part of the infinitely complex interactive cell structure of the Brain, flowing with ideas, fluid in its functioning and dominating the whole.

About the Author

Tomi Toles has helped hundreds of people achieve their goals and improve the quality of their lives since he entered the health and fitness industry in 1988. He now lectures and holds workshops throughout the country and in Canada as one of 13 C.H.E.K Faculty members in the world for the prestigious C.H.E.K Institute teaching industry professionals, private clients and at public schools the C.H.E.K philosophy.

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