Happy stomachs feature this week.
Recently I put something in my weekly blog that became the most clicked on link I've ever included in my '3 zesty things' newsletter (sign up at www.tonywrighton.com if interested). So this podcast is all about my quest to find out why it was such a popular link, why it captured the imagination so much, and why so many people were interested in a link about gut health.
Dr. Zach Bush came up with the concept behind the link. He's a triple-certified so knows a thing or two about gut health. He's a Triple Certified physician, Scientist, Biologist, University lecturer and more. And he made an incredible discovery in his research...
I've been intermittent fasting for a while now and definitely notice the benefits energy-wise. But I'm a proper fasting lightweight compared to today's Zestology guest.
Fasting is a real theme on Zestology, so many experts seem to recommend the benefits of not eating every once in a while. So I got in touch with Loren Lockman. He is the director of the TanglewoodwellnessCenter.com and has been coaching people to better health since 1992, and supervising water only fasts since 1997. He's guided more than 2000 people through water-only fasts averaging 24-25 days and has seen countless "miracles" over the years.
So what are these "miracles"? Listen on to find out.
She says this about happiness: The first step in creating your right life is acknowledging where you've gone wrong.
She's great fun, a brilliant guest for Zestology, and very revealing on the subject of happiness. So listen on.
We check our smartphones hundreds of times a day. 53% of people say they waste at least an hour at work every day, and most of their distractions are digital. So are you distracted by digital? Addicted to tech? It’s time to stop, take a breath, and hit the reset button in a big way.
The techlash has started..
Phil White is a good person to talk to about this - he's the author of Unplugged... and provides a blueprint for using technology to meet your health and performance goals in a much smarter way.