WHAT LIVES INSIDE YOU? –  CHANGE THE GUT AND YOU CAN CHANGE THE OUTCOME #HEALTHYGUT

6.36am and the train from Lancaster to London Euston is just a few minutes late. We are heading to London to start to begin to develop and coach our new team members towards creating an Elite Health Team. So far, we have a former University Lecturer, a PHD in herbal medicine, a graduate from Glasgow University who specialises now in business planning. A specialist in Nitric Oxide Therapy, a top London Business Woman, A radio broadcaster and specialist in biology, who is also a Director of the László Institute in Tuscany. During our time in London we will also be meeting a Dr from Birmingham who specialises in thoracic patient’s and a London Businessman. More on this as the team grows and brings in further specialists in core nutrition, fitness and mind coaching. During our two days together we spent, as expected, a considerable amount of time discussing the Microbiome. We have no doubt that most of today’s illnesses stem from the lack of nourishment of the bacteria that lives inside and on us and science is beginning to back this up as the number of studies increase.

I mentioned earlier that I had the great fortune to meet a wonderful lady at the Best You Expo, she is a PHD in Nutrition and as soon as she returns from holiday I will be planning on bringing her into the team and asking her to help keep me on track. That’s what I always find is the hardest thing to do, starting something, sticking to it and completing the journey. I know that Anne is going to tell me that this is a journey that has a beginning, but it doesn’t end, if it does old habits will creep back in just as quickly as the waistline will start to creep back up.

As you can see below, being away form the tools and comforts of home change the way you do things, and this is a major problem today for people who are on the career treadmill or as I like to call out careering away from living to existing. I for one am certainly not going back there. As the Arch Bishop of Canterbury once said, “I have visited many a pour soul on their death beds and not one said I wish I had spent more time at work”.

Day 18 Food Diary

  • Coffee
  • Virgin Train Porridge-awful
  • 3 x Probiotics
  • Falafel Salad
  • 2 x l-arginine
  • 1 x Natural Energy Drink (I was feeling tired)
  • Moroccan Lamb Tagine
  • 2 x Magnesium supplements

Day 19 Food Diary

  • Coffee
  • Breakfast croissant
  • 3 x Probiotics
  • Falafel Salad
  • 2 x l-arginine
  • 1 x Natural Energy Drink (I was feeling tired)
  • 300 Calorie Pizza (Home Made)
  • 2 x Magnesium supplements

Day 20 tomorrow is cancelled. I had a phone call from Anne who is now back from holiday and she would like a catch up with me on Monday and would like to revisit my food plan and assess how I have been feeling.

Day 21 Sunday will be my day off, bring on the Sunday roast and when this re-start the one thing I will drop is counting the days, I’ve learned not to do that anymore. The only thing worth counting is calories and daily steps. Although there is always bad calories and good calories which I’m well aware off.

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