Dr.Cole ensures sound health for all and provides a free health guide. Functional medicine is the future of natural healthcare. The medicine attempts to spot the root cause of every health problem.
The medicine helps reset health, renew cells, recharge metabolism, and rebalance hormones. The new fasting plan attempts to amplify health benefits, repair cells, and balance rest. Often, people become the victims of their daily eating habits. An unhealthy routine can cause metabolic inflexibility, fatigue, weight gain, chronic health problems, and acute inflammation.
Dr. Cole advises us to make intermittent fasting intuitive and thereby take control of our hunger. It helps people find metabolic flexibility, improve digestion, brain, blood sugar, mood, heart, the effectiveness of chemotherapy, and build vibrant wellness through a bodily function at optimal capacity. His book illustrates recipes for nutritious and delicious foods.
Foods that give rise to mood disorder
- Processed meat
- Processed dairy
- Hydrogenated oil and trans fat
- Refined carbohydrates
5 Dietary Changes People Can Make
- Consuming healthy fats
Most people fear fat. But in reality, fat is, healthy fats are responsible for a healthy brain and mood. The study demonstrated that an increased intake of omega-3 fatty acids could reduce anxiety by 20 percent. One must consume more fatty fish like albacore tuna and salmon, rich in two types of omega-3s, such as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), which are also linked to decreasing the levels of depression.
- Having more fermented foods
Serotonin, or the ‘happy hormone’ is produced in the gut. One must remember that the key to healthy serotonin production is maintaining a robust and diverse population of good bacteria in the gut by intaking plenty of probiotics. People can do this by increasing the consumption of probiotic-rich fermented foods like kimchi, sauerkraut, and kefir.
- Having greens
Leafy greens such as spinach, arugula, and kale offer phytonutrients that not only assist the gut bacteria in thriving but in decreasing chronic inflammation. The study found that a higher intake of green leafy vegetables can induce self-efficacy, optimism, depression and reduce psychological distress.
- Eating more fiber
Intaking sufficient fiber is essential to strengthening a healthy gut microbiome. Fiber, particularly prebiotic fiber, acts as food for advantageous gut bacteria. To know more about prebiotic fiber and its function in gut health, one must visit the site of Dr. Cole. People must consume more prebiotic-rich foods like garlic, bananas, and onions.
- Focusing on the rainbow diet
One must maintain diversity for healthy eating. Not only does diversity is essential for a wide range of phytonutrients, but it also delivers different types of nutrients and fiber to keep the gut bacteria diverse. One outstanding example is berries, which are full of beneficial fiber and antioxidants. A study has illustrated that intaking blueberries can improve your mood in the short term.
Dr. Cole provides a new dimension called functional medicine. The book asks readers what to eat and what to reject for overall well-being.