On the podcast today I talk with Jules Galloway who is a passionate naturopath about gut health and the importance it has on your moods. We also go deep into good and bad bacteria so you will understand how our intestines really work.
Health wasn’t always Jules’ priority. She lived a party lifestyle for over a decade. But when it began to take its toll on her mind and body, she ditched the busy inner-city life for a fresh start in the Byron Bay hinterland.
Diagnosed with pyrrole disorder, adrenal issues, chronic fatigue and a couple of pesky gene mutations thrown in for good measure, Jules has learned the importance of nourishing herself – using whole foods, supplements, happiness, gratitude and a good dose of humour.
Now with over 12 years of clinical experience, Jules has made it her mission to help women recover from fatigue and burnout. She is also the co-founder of Parkes Ave Dispensary, a brand new apothecary style retail space, making custom herb mixes and supplying natural medicines to both Byron Bay locals and online clients.
- The importance of looking after our guts
- Food can often drive our mood and this then affects our day to day life
- A music festival analogy that helps you to understand the importance of good bacteria.
- Jules shares how she first became a naturopath (1.55)
- Food for healing anxiety (6.36)
- Our gut is dictating our moods (8.39)
- The symptoms of an unhappy gut (10.43)
- How can we nature our guts (14.03)
- Small amount of toxins can add up over time (19.39)
- How we can get a good balance of good bacteria (21.22)
- Stages of gut healing (24.47)
- Music Festival analogy that will have you laughing while completely understanding good and bad bacteria.
- Probiotics that are a band-aid to a problem and how to address it
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Find out more about Jules here – http://julesgalloway.com