Gut health is huge when it comes to multiple sclerosis and autoimmune disease and there is a lot that you can do to keep it healthy both by what you put in your mind and in your body.
“All Disease begins in the Gut” – Hippocrates
In this month’s series Eva Clark talks about how our emotions influence our gut through our molecules of emotion called neuropeptides. She gives us an exercise to release one of the top “feel bad” emotions – regret – a feeling that can eat at you for months and even years! Here is the chart she shares so that you too can cleanse your mind and body of regret.
As she explains in the presentation, we can’t avoid regret, but we can manage it. First, we must understand that having choice will always mean that, many times, it doesn’t go as we would have liked it to. Second, we need to remember that, the choice we made was what we thought was the best decision with the resources, information, and mind set we had at that moment. We need to learn from the decisions we have made and move on.
Palmer Kippola discusses how gut health is one of the central factors to health and disease. She explains the role of the gut and microbiome in keeping us healthy and she shares exciting research that reveals how leaky gut is directly involved with the onset and progression of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune conditions. According this research, the implication is huge. If you address your root causes and heal your gut, you can potentially recover from MS and autoimmune conditions.
The road to health is paved with good intestines.” Sherry Rogers, M.D.
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This series is being recorded at the National MS Society Self-Help MS Group in Santa Cruz, CA. The National MS Society respects the rights of people with MS to obtain any and all information they want related to MS, including information on wellness, medical treatments or complementary therapies, and products or services. The information presented at these meeting does not necessarily reflect the views or official position of the Society, nor carry the endorsement or support of the NMSS.