We now know the microbes in your gut communicate with your brain via your vagus nerve, adding new weight to the old adage “you are what you eat.”
Science has demonstrated the link between the gut and behavior and the gut and mental health and the gut and wellbeing.
In your business, timing is often critical. The same is true of your eating.
Science has revealed that when we eat contributes to our experience of well being. For example, eating hormone-feed red meat from any supermarket chain or a fast food outlet late in the evening is far more dangerous than consuming it during the day or avoiding it all together. Our body rhythms are such that digestion is not optimal after sunset and eating such a meal just before bed results in a highly acidic gut, which directly contributes to many diseases including bowel, prostate and breast cancer.