MENTAL GUT HEALTH
The Most Ancient Treasures Within Modern Miracles
LEARN HOW YOUR GUT CAN IMPACT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH.
Do you believe there is a correlation between your brain and your gut?
Do you feel emotionally disturbed, depressed, or disconnected from yourself?
Do you think that some of these “mass shootings” may be related?
Do you think your mental body can dictate what you eat and vice versa?
Does Your Gut Health Actually Affect Your Happiness?
It’s no secret that a healthy gut is correlated with increased energy levels, a strong immune system, maintaining a healthy weight, and so much more. But one thing researchers are starting to understand now more than ever is that our gut health has an enormous impact on happiness. “In general, I wouldn’t feel uncomfortable saying that virtually 80 percent of your mental state, well-being, and happiness is controlled by how happy your gut is,” says microbiologist Kiran Krishnan.
Knowing gut health has such an enormous impact on happiness, what can we do to make our gut as healthy as possible? Let’s dive in.
THE MENTAL GUT HEALTH FORUM I
Event Date: Sunday, May 6th, 2018
The Westport Inn
1595 Post Road East – Westport, Connecticut – 06880
Your intestine determines psychology
Today there is overwhelming science connecting the gut to the brain and vice versa. One’s bio terrain (intestinal flora) is a percolator for neurons. When this environment is balanced and orderly, joy, success and positive attitude reigns. On the contrary, when it is in disarray, depression, anxiety, fear and malaise take hold. Clement’s five decades on the front line of natural healthcare gives him the tools to explain in great detail that is easy to understand how we can fix this universal problem. He speaks from depth of experience and not intellectual hypothesis. Many people suppressing their minds with medicine and often residing in institutions just need to change their gut health.
Brian R. Clement, Ph.D. LN, Director
“Helping People Help Themselves”
1466 Hippocrates Way, West Palm Beach, FL 33411 Tel. 561.471.8876
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IS MENTAL ILLNESS ON THE RISE OR DOES IT JUST SEEM THAT WAY? “mental health “epidemic” in America, with depression on the rise” …
Lecture & Panel discussion led by Brian R. Clement, PhD, LN. a leading expert in the field of natural health coupled with his vast theoretical and practical science experience, and a group of panelists who share differing perspectives, facts and opinions. Jane Gelsi, Ph.D, LCSW. psychotherapist/analyst – Dr.Robert Inesta, DC, L.Ac, functional medicine/chiro/acu.