How Gut Health and Stress Are Connected with Geri Araus

Gut health has been a bit of a trending topic in the wellness space for the last few years. I’ve been dealing with it myself – as it turns out, I was having all sorts of skin issues that were stress related, but changing certain things in my diet to support gut health have made a tremendous difference.

That’s why I wanted to have Geri Araus of GA Nutrition join me today to talk about her own health journey, the connection between stress and the gut, the foods to support gut health, and much more.

Geri Araus Gut Health

The big topic that we discuss is how your emotions tie to your gut. For a lot of people they think that if you feed your gut, exercise and get good sleep that that’s enough – not so. We need to help manage your emotions to reduce gut inflammation. Geri shares her advice for how to do just that.

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One Response to How Gut Health and Stress Are Connected with Geri Araus

  1. John Gatesby February 25, 2021 at 1:54 am #

    The gut is rightly called the second brain. You have very correctly established the relationship between our gut and stress. We all have felt an upset stomach during stressful situations. I remember rushing off to the bathroom frequently during exams. We manage stress better, our stomach would be healthier and we will stay safe from lots of diseases.
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