How To Reduce Gut Inflammation For IBS Or SIBO (Weight Loss Plan)

Want to know the link between
inflammation and weight gain? Let’s find out so YOU can change it! [music] Greetings I’m Sage Joya and I teach people how to cleanse through the mind-gut connection.
In my videos, you will learn how to cleanse emotional dissatisfaction from
your brain mind and to cleanse physical colon dysfunction from your gut mind.
What is that connection between inflammation and weight gain?
It is a cellular response taking place inside of the body that causes an
individual to crave comfort foods in the form of a high animal fat diet. What
qualifies me to talk about this subject? I am a national board certified guided
colonic therapist. Since 2002, I have been working with clients to help them
relieve colon pain and to restore their gut function by cleansing through the
mind-gut connection. My clients are super excited because they become empowered to manage their emotional health and to design a better quality of life. I will
leave a link in the description for you to check out some of their testimonials.
Let’s start with that cellular response taking place inside of the body.
Our bodies are equipped with nerve cells hormones, signaling molecules, receptors
that facilitate the bi-directional communication taking place between the
brain-mind and the gut-mind. For me, it all starts with perception. An individual
will experience an event that triggers a thought and they will label that event
as stressful which causes a cellular response showing up inside of the brain-mind as well as the gut-mind. With the sessions that I have
administered with clients over the years, I noticed that that signal causes colon
dysfunction inside of the body in the form of constipation, IBS, abdominal
pain and the like. This, in and of itself, creates additional stress inside of the
body. On the brain-mind level this signal causes a person to reach for
comfort foods. The comfort foods will help them to assauge the emotional pain
and lessen the effects of stress. They have a tendency to reach for diets that
are high in animal fat. They also lack plant diversity and they are full of
chemicals and/or preservatives. Foods that are associated with a high animal
fat diet are fatty cuts of steak, pork, lamb, dark chicken meat, like legs and
thighs, chicken skin, dairy, processed meats, like cold cuts, foods that are
deeply fried and fast foods. Now I have a question for you… What is your favorite
comfort foods that you reach for when you are feeling stressed? Recently I had
the opportunity to read The Mind-Gut Connection by Dr. Emeran Mayer and in
his book he references animal studies and really details the process of the
association between a high animal fat diet, inflammation and weight gain. I
encourage you to grab the book and increase your knowledge. Essentially, a
person consumes a diet that is high in animal fat. This increases the number of
inflammatory molecules in the blood and circulating throughout the entire body.
This inflammation causes a series of signals to take place, in the form of a
cellular response, within the body having an impact on the satiety hormone. The satiety hormone regulates the body’s appetite. It
sends a signal to the gut that the body is full and no longer needs to consume
food. The gut sends a signal to the brain that it is time to stop eating. However,
because of the number of inflammation and signaling taking place inside of the
body, the satiety hormone is weakened. It no longer sends a signal to the gut that
it is full. The gut cannot send a signal to the brain and the person is
left to their own vices. This person cannot feel that they are full. They will
continue to reach for comfort foods, in the form of a high animal fat diet, which
will help them to aussage their emotional pain. But, eventually, it will lead to
weight gain that ultimately spells obesity. Just to be clear, inflammation is
a signal inside of the body in the form of swelling, heat or pain, that is
notifying the body it needs assistance with healing a particular area. Now let’s
recap that connection between inflammation and weight gain.
It starts with perception and it leads to a thought that labels the event as
stressful. This stress causes a cellular response inside of the body on the
brain-mind and gut-mind levels. Inside of the gut, a person may experience colon
dysfunction in the form of constipation and IBS. On the brain-mind level, this
person will reach for comfort foods in the form of a high animal fat
diet. This consumption turns into inflammation inside of the body that
dampens the satiety hormone. The gut does not receive notice it is full, therefore
it does not send a signal to the brain and it leaves an individual to their own
vices causing the individual to overindulge in a high-animal-fat diet
leading to weight gain and obesity. Now that you understand this connection,
let’s talk about your ability to reverse this condition and live a better quality
of life. For my clients, I have introduced a 4D Plan to help them to have
success meeting their goals. At the foundation of this 4D Plan is Step
#1. The employment of Direct Hydration. There are three types. I
encourage you to stay on the lookout for my direct hydration video that will talk
about the three types. I use the third type which allows for cleansing through
the mind-gut connection. My clients are cleansing the colon dysfunction at the
same time cleansing the emotional dissatisfaction. This simultaneous
cleanse leads to my client feeling so much better on the inside by relieving
that colon dysfunction and they are able to address the emotional issues which
allows them to change their perception and take on a new perspective about that
stressful event. This person will change the label associated with that event.
Thereafter, it loses its power to create mind-gut dysfunction. This success drives the behavior to Step #2 which is Diet Diversification. When a person feels
good on the inside, it’s so much easier for them to reach for good foods on the
outside. A person that is trying to sustain these good feelings
will reach for a lean diet in the form of lean fish and poultry like salmon,
sardines, turkey and a lot of plant diversity as well as dark foods that
will support the reduction of inflammation like beets and cherries.
Step #3 is to do exercise. Exercise is essential when it comes to relieving
stress, reducing inflammation, increasing brain function and increasing gut
movement within the body. Step #4 is to develop a lifestyle habit. Clients will
take Steps 1 through 3 and create a lifestyle habit. Once a client is able to
manage their emotional health and to clear the colon dysfunction they are
committed to sustaining those good feelings on the inside. Now it is time for
you to take action. First, inventory your emotions. Is it possible that you may
need to change your perception for a better perspective? Inventory your diet.
This will help you determine if it is time for you to make changes. Make sure
you grab my gut hydration guide. It will increase your understanding of the
direct hydration process.

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