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Martha Brennan, owner-manager of health store Harvest Fare in Blessington, Co Wicklow, explores the key to healthy joints and bones.For great advice from Martha on what to eat, what exercise can help and which supplements to take, read online now: https://www.rudehealthmagazine.ie/them-bones#healthyjoints #healthybones ... See MoreSee Less
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Martha Brennan, owner-manager of health store Harvest Fare in Blessington, Co Wicklow, explores the key to healthy joints and bones.For great advice from Martha on what to eat, what exercise can help and which supplements to take, read online now: https://www.rudehealthmagazine.ie/them-bones#healthyjoints #healthybones ... See MoreSee Less
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There has been growing interest in the topic of gut health, and with good reason - it's a key component of our overall well-being 🩺🧑‍⚕️In fact, did you know that an astounding 95% of the body's serotonin, the neurotransmitter responsible for regulating mood, sleep and appetite, is produced in the gut?🙂😴 It's no wonder that what we eat can have a major impact on our mood and mental state🤯 It's increasingly clear that what we eat not only impacts our physical health but also our mental well-being🤔💡The gut is often referred to as the "second brain" because of the complex relationship between the brain and gut🧠 The health of our gut and its bacteria have a major impact on mental health and emotional regulation⚖️It's important to include foods that provide nourishment to the good bacteria in your gut🍴 Prebiotics are foods that help feed the beneficial bacteria, while probiotics are foods that contain healthy bacteria🦠 By including both prebiotics and probiotics in your diet, you can keep your gut healthy, which is important for your overall well-being👏Barley, oats, fermented foods and fruits and vegetables are examples of foods that contain probiotics or prebiotics🌾🥕🫐🍌Regularly consuming ultra-processed foods throughout the week has been associated with more symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress🫣😓 These foods usually contain higher amounts of salt, added sugar, and saturated fat🧂🍭 So, it's a good idea to limit your intake of ultra-processed foods and enjoy them as an occasional treat instead🍩🧁Listen to your gut and nurture your mind🥰💪🧠#foodismedicine #gutbrainaxis #secondbrain #upcycledfoodsReferences: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/nutritional-psychiatry-your-brain-on-food-201511168626 https://healthline.com/nutrition/diet-and-mental-health-can-what-you-eat-affect-how-you-feel/… ... See MoreSee Less
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Health Stores Ireland
Super lifestyle job option in one of the sector's flagship award-winning stores in #Gort Email your CV to info@opensesame.ie ... See MoreSee Less
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