Leaky Gut Syndrome Natural Health Advice for Healing Leaky Gut Syndrome
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    We’ve already discussed how the right kind of exercise can really help to improve your health and speed up the Leaky Gut healing process. So I want to share with you just a few of the great exercises that I use to help stimulate the nervous system and help the body to start healing faster.

    And you can do these simple exercises in the comfort of your own home.

    Keep in mind that these exercises are not meant to be performed rigorously or to the point of exhaustion. Instead they are meant to be performed in a controlled manner with more of a focus on your breathe.

    The goal is to positively stimulate your nervous system which will also give you the added benefit of increased energy levels and a better sense of wellbeing.

    Also note that exercises like these are also known to release endorphins which will positively impact your mood and improve symptoms of depression.

    Please use extreme caution when performing any sort of exercise including the following. If you suffer from any type of back pain, neck pain, or sciatica then there are some good all natural programs to help you overcome the pain before performing these exercises.

    Otherwise, here are the exercises…
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    Exercise has far too many other health benefits that it absolutely needs to be included in your daily activities.

    In fact, the right kind of exercise can help…

    • Balance your blood sugar
    • Increase your energy
    • Stimulate your immune system
    • Balance your hormones
    • Improve constipation
    • Decrease stress
    • Improve detoxification
    • Decrease inflammation
    • Improve sleep
    • Increase bone density
    • Reduce your risk of injury
    • and the list goes on and on…

    But there is a catch because I did say the “right” kind of exercise.

    Most people don’t know this but not all exercise is created equal so there are some big differences between good exercise and what I call bad exercise. And keep in mind that I use the term “bad exercise” loosely because it’s not bad for everyone. It really depends on the overall goal of what you are trying to achieve. However, bad exercise can and will slow down, stop, and even worsen Leaky Gut Syndrome.

    Bad Exercise for Healing – Cardio Exercise

    I’m not entirely sure why, but most people seem to be obsessed with running, treadmills, elliptical trainers, aerobics and many other forms of continuous repetitive cardio exercise.

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    If you’re suffering from any sort of health issue, Leaky Gut Syndrome or other, then you have no excuse not to exercise. But we’ve become such a sedentary society that the only time that most of us are not sitting is when you’re walking to and from your car.

    Yes, we sit in front of the TV. We sit in front of the computer. We sit at the table…

    And most people who go to the gym sit down on the gym equipment!

    All that sitting has a negative effect on your digestion.

    How Exercise Effects Your Gut Health

    Few people stop to consider that exercise has a much bigger impact on your gut health then you might realize.

    Below I’m going to cover just a few of the effects that exercise can have on your digestive health.

    Exercise Improves Constipation

    Weight bearing exercise has been shown to be a necessity for you to properly eliminate your bowels. When you perform weight bearing exercise on your feet, your abdominals are forced to stabilize your spine which creates pressure within your abdominal cavity.

    And it’s this abdominal pressure that is responsible for simulating many of your internal organs to help you move the food you eat through your digestive tract. So without the right kind of exercise, you can easily become constipated!

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