Reset Your Gut in 5 Days: A Medical Doctor’s Step-by-Step Protocol to Transform Your Health
The Mel Robbins Podcast with Dr. Amy Shah
Do you want to reset your health?
Are you ready for more energy and better overall health?
Do you want to start seeing results in 5 days (or less)?
In today’s episode, Mel is joined by double-board certified Dr. Amy Shah for Part 2 of her masterclass on how to optimize your gut health.
Dr. Amy, a medical doctor trained at Harvard, Cornell, and Columbia University, is an immunologist and leading expert in women’s hormonal health and nutrition.
She’s giving you her proven 5-step method to heal inflammation, reset your natural hormone balance, and heal food sensitivities.
Learn how to use the power of your gut microbes to help digestion, gain mental clarity, and decrease your stress levels.
In this episode, Dr. Amy discusses topics like:
- What a gut microbiome is
- Why science says your gut microbiome is the key to better mental and physical health
- The scientific link between gut health and depression, cancer, and heart diseases
- What the brain-gut connection is and why it’s essential to your health
- What to do after your overindulgence in holiday food and drinks
- The reason you can’t properly digest food
- What makes your gut bacteria “upset” and what keeps them "happy"?
- How healthy aging is directly connected to your gut biome
- Why stress can make you bloated
- The reason 1 in 7 people experience bloating once a week
- How gut health impacts a woman's hormone health
- The difference between fiber and insoluble fiber
- Which natural fiber do you need in your diet for improved digestion?
- The only type of bread that heals your gut
- What intermittent fasting is and why it improves gut health
- The one thing you should know about your circadian rhythm
- Dr. Shah's 5-day reset protocol and why you need it to reset your gut health
- 3 things you should do every day for optimal gut health
- What the best probiotic for your body is
- The foods your gut bacteria love to digest
- Why bonding with someone is a love language for your gut health
- What an elimination diet is and why you need to do it
- 3 foods you should consider removing from your diet for 7 days
- How many days it really takes to reset your gut
- Why crazy diets are not working to “reset” your gut
- Why your daily probiotic pill isn’t really working
Follow Dr. Shah:
You can purchase Dr. Shah’s book, ‘I'm So Effing Hungry: Why We Crave What We Crave – and What to Do About I’t, here: https://a.co/d/7mTXT2F
Watch the episodes on YouTube: https://bit.ly/45OWCNr
Check out my book, The High 5 Habit: https://a.co/d/g1DQ8Pt
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- 1:02: This double-board certified badass is back.
- 4:18: What to do after your overindulgence in holiday food and drinks
- 5:13: The surprising link between stress and bloating
- 7:29: Why science says your gut microbiome is the key to better mental and physical health
- 8:26: The scientific link between gut health and depression, cancer, and heart diseases
- 11:19: The reason 1 in 7 people experience bloating once a week
- 13:00: 10 foods to eat to get over vacation or holiday
- 14:48: The one type of bread that heals your gut
- 16:13: Dr. Shah's 5-day reset protocol and why you need it to reset your gut health
- 17:49: Why walking is the best probiotic
- 19:28: What an elimination diet is
- 20:07: The foods your gut bacteria love to digest
- 22:03: 3 foods you should consider removing from your diet for 7 days
- 24:46: Why bonding is a love language for your gut health
- 31:32: How many days does it really take to reset your gut?
- 34:34: Why your daily probiotic pill isn’t really working
- 37:05: What the heck is a fecal transplant?
- 40:41: Why crazy diets are not working to “reset” your gut
- National Library of Medicine: Evaluation and treatment of bloating
- John Hopkins Medicine: Bloating: causes and prevention tips
- American College of Gastroenterology: Belching, bloating, and flatulence
- Time Magazine: What Causes Bloating—and What to Do About It
- Harvard School of Public Health: The gut microbiome
- American Society for Microbiology: Gut microbiome communication
- National Library of Medicine: Alcohol and gut-derived inflammation
- Cleveland Clinic: What are the signs and symptoms of lactose intolerance?
- Harvard Health: The gut-brain connection
- National Library of Medicine: Gut microbiota’s effect on mental health
- Harvard Medical School: Circadian Rhythms and the Brain
- National Library of Medicine: Exercise modifies the gut microbiota
- UCLA Health: Increased exercise benefits gut microbiome
- Washington Post: Don’t feel like exercising? It could be your microbiome.
- Harvard Health: Fermented foods for better gut health
- Stanford Medicine: Fermented-food diet increases microbiome diversity
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