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In October digestive care expert Brenda Watson, C.N.C. released her new book, The Skinny Gut Diet, in which she reveals the secret to weight loss success (hint: it has to do with your gut bacteria). Now, we’re excited to announce the Skinny Gut public television special will begin airing next week!
Tune in to Skinny Gut, Vibrant You on your local public television station to find out why you are not entirely responsible for your weight gain or your poor health. That’s right—there is actually a missing piece to the puzzle.
It has to do with the trillions of bacteria inside your gut and whether they are in balance or out of balance. In fact, they are the underlying reason why you struggle to lose weight and achieve optimal health, but by addressing your internal balance you will finally be able to lose the weight and keep it off—plus enjoy the side benefits of fewer digestive problems, a stronger immune system, and even a better mood!
In Skinny Gut, Vibrant You Brenda reveals how living a Skinny Gut lifestyle can help you regain vibrant health. Be sure to tune in to this eye-opening special that reveals the science behind your inner weight loss secret and provides simple ways to achieve permanent weight loss.
Click here to find out when Skinny Gut, Vibrant You will be airing in your area!
For a quick preview of Brenda’s new special, click on the link below!
Oh, how we love the sweet stuff—from candy, cupcakes and sugary soft drinks to starchy carbohydrates like grains that break down into sugar in the digestive tract. And while it’s easy to see how that love affair can affect their waistlines, too many Americans are blind to its impact on their overall health.
Now, a team of experts from the University of California are bringing home the hard truth using a website designed to encourage people to kick the sugar habit.
Launched this month, SugarScience.org reveals “the unsweetened truth” about hidden sugar and the health risks associated with a high-sugar diet. Scientists and public health professionals poured through more than 8,000 scientific papers to create a resource of peer-reviewed and -supported research that is easily accessible to the general public.
The SugarScience team says their goal is to help individuals and communities make healthy choices, and it begins with understanding just how dangerous sugar is to human health. For example, too much added sugar from soda and sports drinks can overload critical organs over time, leading to serious diseases, according to a statistic from the website.
Check out SugarScience.org today to learn more!