The top 7 foods that help leaky gut: bone broth, raw cultured organic dairy, fermented vegetables, coconut products, sprouted seeds (flax, chia, hemp), organic grass-fed beef & lamb, wild caught salmon
The gut has been referred to as the second brain. But how are they connected? The vagus nerve is the answer, it starts at the brain stem and one of its stops is the stomach.
The vagus nerve connects the brain to the digestive system, helps regulate the autonomic nervous system. In most of these cases the body is stuck in the fight, flight or freeze and not in healing, resting and digesting side of the nervous system.
Studies have been done implanting a device in the neck to stimulate the vagus nerve, they see how important the vagus nerve is. But there are ways that you can stimulate vagus nerve without surgical intervention. This is what we do in our community office, call our team at Lifetime Wellness & Chiropractic in Denver to find out more.