Published on October 19, 2016
September 28, 2016 Podcast: 360: What Your Poop Can Tell You About Your Health, How To Heal Tendons & Ligaments Faster, Natural Ways To Decrease Cortisol & More!
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As compiled, deciphered, edited and sometimes read by Rachel Browne, the Podcast Sidekick.
What Your Poop Can Tell You About Your Health
Annie says: Annie has a question about poop. She's noticed that some foods come out the same way they look going in. Corn, quinoa, nuts, raw carrots and beans are some of the perpetrators. She recently made a big batch of KIN-I-OA, which is similar to Quinoa, and she lost her appetite just looking at it. So she was wondering what it means when she can see pieces of food in her poop? Are they being digested, is she absorbing their nutrients? If not, is it worth even eating them? And is there anything she can do to make them more bioavailable? Like eating nut butters over whole nuts?
How To Heal Tendons & Ligaments Faster
Yoddy says: He's undergoing major ligament and tissue surgery his wrist at the end of the month for a congenital hand problem. His recovery time is 2-3 weeks for skin, 4-6 weeks for ligament and tissue, 6 weeks in a splint, and 10 weeks of physio. A couple of weeks ago you sent him an article on Twitter that was skewed toward healing bones and joints. What would you do in order to maximize recovery and healing of tissue and ligaments?
Float Tanks vs. Epsom Salt Baths
Miguel says: Miguel is from Texas and he's wondering what your opinion is on float tanks and float therapy. He loves taking magnesium baths an he's curious if there's much difference between magnesium baths and float therapy. And finally, what are pros and cons in regards of increased brain chemicals, stress relief and recovery. Where does float therapy stack up compared to other relaxation modalities?
How To Get Your Cycle Back After Being On The Pill
Becka says: She's a 25 year old endurance runner and long time fan of the show. She has a question about preparing for pregnancy as her husband and her are looking to start a family soon. After 10 years of being on birth control, she's finally ready to get off the pill. Do you have any recommendations for how to get her cycle to restart naturally? She's also wondering what prenatal vitamins you recommend that won't break the bank? Also, should she scale back on exercise while she's trying to conceive? She listened to the last podcast with tips on how to increase fertility in men, but can you do the same for women? Do you have any other suggestions on how she can best increase her chances of getting pregnant?
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