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Gut/our inner 2nd Brain

  1. 1/ Gut/our inner 2nd Brain

    Do you suffer from bloating, gas, and an uncomfortable stomach?

The nervous system that regulates our gut is often called the body’s “second brain.” It uses the same chemicals and cells as the brain to help us digest and to alert the brain when something is wrong. The brain has a direct effect on our stomach and intestines. Our gut microbiome is the foundation of our health. Good gut health occurs when we have a balance between the good (helpful) and bad (harmful) bacteria and yeast in our digestive system. 80% of our immune system is in the gut.

An unhealthy gut can appear as gas, bloating, constipation, and diarrhea. In addition; brain fog, headaches, poor concentration, and memory, fatigue, chronic pain, trouble sleeping, and issues with cravings or bad moods are also symptoms and critical indicators of a poor microbiome.

Key recommendations to balance our microbiome are eating healthy, getting enough sleep, practicing mindfulness, managing stress, and keeping ourselves active/exercising; these factors keep us recovering and getting optimal gut health.

2/ Visualize; yet in real nature your breath pathway

Deep breathing from your nose and exhaling out from the nose raise your vibration, expand your consciousness, and connect to your higher Self. Repeatedly conscious breathing throughout the day, gives you deep relaxation, stress release, healing, and the mind-body connection. Breathing various techniques are useful for pain and deep emotional relief.

For example; meditation focuses on using your breathing to be present at the moment, relaxing your mind and body. This also relaxes each area of your body, visualizing all of the stress and pain leaving your body. However; when you are in nature in the forest, garden, lake, or sea surrounded by the purity of nature clean air, birds’ voices, sounds of water/waives, and many a lot of pure magic nature provides. Indeed, these characteristics influence our breathing pattern with pure oxygen and penetrate our body intensively and deeply.

Keep mother nature happy by practicing breathing techniques and being grateful to them



A1/ Our body is a healer itself. If we know exactly what is the major root cause of our health problem; it will be somehow clear in what way we have to deal with it. Our body works like a group of systems; if we give the needed ingredient dosage of each group system where the body can function itself.  Our center provides natural, holistic integrative health programs, tailored depending on case to case level. Our focus is to restore and rebuild the damaged area to feel better and relieve the symptoms and consequences. In the initial stage, we cover basic, sympathetic & parasympathetic assessments which follow the individualized programs according to the results outcomes. 


A2/ It’s obvious that your children are suffering from hidden inflammation in the respiratory tract. Whatever you are using as treatment it seems to be working temporarily and not as treatment. In our Nature/Wellbeing 365 we provide various programs and activities, and we try to keep our mother Nature healing itself. The major key in the respiratory tract consists of our lungs; which exchange oxygen with carbon dioxide as toxicity. Our body needs pure oxygen to carry the nutrients to our bloodstream. Some of the related causes could be environmental toxicity, pollution, wrong breathing, and other factors.

Please check our website and let us know how to help you further with your case. 

A3/  We are happy that you found our website. You just came on the right track with our article about the Gut. Our microbiome is related to our digestive tract and elimination part. Digestion starts in our mouth and ends in the intestines. To have a good digestive tract means how healthy your food is digested. How your bad and good bacteria are functioning in your intestines. All these specific areas need challenges, how well we chew, how well we intake a balanced diet, and even getting enough sleep affects our microbiome. Elimination on the other hand; is how the waste & toxins leave our body. If the food is not digested well the inflammation will occur in the colon (large intestine) which indeed pushes welcoming the inflammation. If this process occurs for a longer period/ days, or weeks it extends the inflammation toward our bloodstream, and later challenges parasites, microbes, and toxins to welcome some diseases.

At this point, I suggest you see a Gastrology doctor and check your gusto level or you can even contact us/

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