Brooke and I continue our conversation from last week today. We talked about the highs and lows with blood sugar and how that makes us not feel good or causes fatigue as well as depression and anxiety.
Breaking the cycle needs to be our priority. We want the part of us that has the value of health and vitality to be in charge.
We have more willpower when our blood sugar is in control. Brooke talks about the use of protein and meal timing to help combat us getting into this situation. As well as preparation is key to combatting these times.
This conversation is power-packed with content for healing the gut, inflammation, autoimmune diseases and cravings. Creating balance in the bacteria in the gut helps manage all of this.Support the show
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