Today Maura Davies talks about preparing for a disaster with your pets, Mo Brossette talks about how to get back your creativity, and Jared Ramirez talks about probiotics and gut health.
How to Get Back Your Creativity & Why You Lost It
Mo Brossette is the director of nutrition and mindset at the Adaptive Training Foundation. He speaks to a variety of different types of groups about mindset, goals, and overcoming fears. He also works with wounded vets on regaining strength and mobility. Today, Mo and his wife Alix join us to talk about creativity. Some people may think they are not “creative” people, or they are more right brain than left. But creativity lives within all of us. Mo talks today about what are some reasons we may feel we have lost touch with our creative side, and how to get it back.
Probiotics for Gut Health
We all know the buzz words “gut health” and “microbiome” that are floating around everywhere. Everyone suddenly seems to recognize just how important our gut health is. It all starts with our mother’s milk when we are babies. This sets a foundation for a healthy gut microbiome later in life. Then we play in the dirt and expose ourselves to so many different bacterias that train our immune system and diversify our gut. These super important stages of life are starting to dissipate with the over sanitization of every little thing. Along with the overuse of antibiotics, which wreak havoc on our gut.
Jared Ramirez is the CEO of Enviromedica. He joins us to talk all about probiotics. There are a lot out there on the market, but one is set apart from the rest, and that’s Terraflora. If you are looking for a new probiotic that checks all the boxes for quality and efficacy, Enviromedica’s Terraflora is it. Listen in to hear some interesting stuff about the gut microbiome that you may not know.
Disaster Preparedness for Pets
Fires, Floods, Tornadoes, Earthquakes….these are all things that could happen (depending on where you live) and you need to be prepared for. Furthermore, you need to think about all your family members, including your pets. It is so sad if you’ve ever seen a dog chained up to a porch during a flood or hurricane, but sometimes we don’t know what the best thing to do is. Maura Davies with the SPCA tells us exactly how to prepare for our pets if this situation ever happens to you.