Dr. Mahmoud Ghannoum
Leading Microbiome Researcher and The Scientist who named the Mycobiome
Obsessed with: Optimizing your gut
When you don’t sleep well, nothing else really goes well, either. Lack of sleep results in difficulty focusing, mood swings, cravings, daytime fatigue, and poor decision-making, among other symptoms.
Spending time outdoors for good health is nothing new. But, like many people, you probably feel like you don’t have enough time to get outside every day. The key is to shift your perspective. Instead of thinking, “I only have 5 minutes before the next meeting, I might as well just stay here,” think, “I have 5 minutes to get a breath of fresh air!”
Raise your hand if you don’t want a healthier gut? We didn’t think so. A healthy microbiome is tied to improved immunity, metabolism, mood, and longevity. And we all want that. Here’s one super-simple way to improve your gut health right now. Hint: It’s not probiotics.
In the pursuit of health, it’s easy to go overboard, to whittle our diets down to nothing, to crush ourselves in the gym day after day, to become obsessed with healthy eating. The truth? Healthy for one person isn’t healthy for everyone. And some “healthy” habits may hurt your overall health, including your gut health.