Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me on this episode of the Feeling Good Podcast, it’s great to be alive. On this feel good day we will discuss how to avoid contracting the ugly bugs and how to promote good bacteria and strengthen our overall immune system.
Key Takeaways from This Podcast:
[2:27] Dr. Phil shares how he recently caught a virus and reminds listeners that we might be more susceptible around the holidays.
[3:24] How can we avoid contracting viruses?
[3:51] Should we be taking a probiotic supplement?”
[5:59] What medications and other factors destroy the good bacteria in our guts and on our bodies?
[7:19] Increase your chance of staying healthy by following seven recommendations that will strengthen your overall immune system.
[7:35] What kinds of foods contain good bugs?
[9:00] How sugar affects the balance of good and bad bacteria.
[9:24] How to manage stress.
[10:06] How does lack of sleep affect our bodies?
[10:40] How does taking vitamin and mineral supplements protect us during the holidays and winter months?
[11:51] How to keep an exercise routine through the holidays.
[12:42] How to support your thymus gland and boost your immune system.
[14:05] Dr. Phil’s new book, How to Live Until You Die, will be released by the end of the year. Check out his website for the release date.
[15:10] This episode’s Feeling Good Superhero is Dr. Phil’s cousin, Edward. Edward went to Africa on a mission trip, and thanks to taking probiotics from Dr. Phil’s council he didn’t get sick when others did.
[17:28] Have health questions? Visit carsonnatural.com & click on the ‘Ask Dr. Phil’ microphone to record your questions or email them to [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Carson Natural Health & Wellness Consulting – Facebook page
Dr. Laura Washington
Email your questions to: [email protected]
The information provided on this podcast is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.