Your Microbiome Is Foxy! Clinical Nutritionist, Jessica Wendling tells us why.
Jessica Wendling is a Clinical Nutritionist at New-trition LLC in Windsor, CO. She has a deep passion for helping people on their health journey through functional nutrition counseling! She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Nutrition with a minor in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and a Master of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition from New York Chiropractic College. One of Jessica’s foundational beliefs is that the body was created to be self-regulating and self-healing. She uses nutrition counseling to help her clients heal their relationship with food, address dysfunction in the body, and ultimately help her clients heal from the inside out by addressing the underlying cause of disease and repairing health through food and lifestyle modifications!
Ideas Covered in this Episode:
- What is a Microbiome?
- Is anti-bacterial a good thing?
- The importance of diversity of bacteria in the Microbiome
- Lactobacillus have positive effect on our skin and hair
- Getting the right bacteria is important but so is feeding them
- Processed foods are dead foods
- How Jessica became a Clinical Nutritionist
- How bacteria in your gut affects your brain
- The downside of Antibiotics usage
- How to rebalance your gut flora after using Antibiotics
- Jessica’s definition of foxy
- Reclaiming foxiness
- Outstanding patient transformations
- Number 1 thing to keep the Microbiome healthy
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