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Gut Moods and Probiotics
Victoria Bowmann -- Cleansing and Detoxification Victoria Bowmann -- Cleansing and Detoxification
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Dateline: Phoenix, AZ
Monday, March 21, 2022

© 2022 Victoria Bowmann, PhD

A client of mine recently asked, Ever since I got the reflorastation with you, I realized I’m happier, not emotionally depressed, dark, negative, nor psychologically negative, and I can handle difficult life circumstances with a much sunnier disposition rather than constantly feeling hopeless. Could this be possible and true?"

A few moments later she added, “My energy has increased a lot too!”

As a health practitioner, it’s always so rewarding to know that the health treatments provided are offering individuals such profound relief and resolution. Since the human body is an integrated unit, assisting one area can often have far reaching effects on seemingly unrelated areas as well!

Did you know that your guts can affect your moods? It’s true. In an article published in Front Psychiatry 2018 and posted on the National Institute of Health web site, “Stress factors or mood disorders can make changes in the constitution of intestinal microbiota.” It further cited, “reduced attention to negative emotion, indicating an anti-depressant and anti-anxiety function.” It was also published in Townsend Letter Jan 2019 in an article titled: “Mood and the Microbiome”.

In the last few years, the intestines have been called the second brain because of the similarities in their genes as related to the neuronal synapse. This means that some gene mutations can lead to abnormalities in both the brain and the gut. Wow! that’s interesting. This affect also seems to be a two-way street as the microbiome has a reciprocal impact on stress in both the brain and the gut environments.

Knowing that stress factors or mood disorders can cause changes in the constitution of the microbiome, even from birth, offered me the opportunity to strive for a health solution in a natural way. A baby develops its intestinal environment from the mother (and other family members), as well as from breast or bottle feeding, a hospital birth, a home birth, or C-section. The microbiome can even develop differently depending on whether a baby lives in the tropics or near one of the earth’s poles, and all can be healthy. There are simply differences and diversities.

A healthy environment can preserve the integrity of the intestinal barrier where inflammation is reduced, anxiety and depression are relieved, and sleep is improved. Actually, the knowledge and understanding of the effects of a healthy microbiome is expanding day by day. 

As a natural practitioner, my work with probiotic research began in 1991. This ability to adjust the gut microbiome has been extensive and extremely exciting for me. Such is the case of the example given above. Quality of life has enormous value as it affects, not only the person, but those with whom they live, work, and love. 

Check out my At Home Colon Kit for the most effective and efficient method for adjusting your microbiome over night.

Victoria Bowmann, D.H.M., Ph.D. is a health care professional in Phoenix AZ. Her focus is to empower others to care for themselves and achieve that greatest level of vitality possible. Visit her website at:  MyRealHealth.com

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