Date: 2020-07-02 06:33:44
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Are you waking up with a puffy face? There could be many reasons for this, but I want to focus on what I think are the BIG 3 things you can modulate in order to avoid bloating and avoid that puffy morning face. Let’s dive in and I’ll see you in the COMMENTS!!
Modulation of Sodium and Potassium
Potassium is a mineral: an element on the periodic table that is also an essential nutrient. Other essential minerals include sodium, magnesium, and calcium.
In water, potassium (K) ionizes and gains one positive charge (K+). I’m drawing attention to this fact for two reasons:
This property allows potassium concentration gradients to create electric currents that are absolutely required for muscle cells (skeletal, intestinal, and cardiac) to contract and for neurons to fire action potentials and communicate with each other.
The only other essential mineral that has this same property as potassium (gains one positive charge in water) is sodium (Na+) because potassium and sodium are in the same “family” on the periodic table. BUT potassium is found mostly inside cells, whereas sodium is found mostly outside cells. This effectively makes potassium the “counter mineral” to sodium at the cellular level.
Diversifying Your Gut Bacteria
Some studies looking at the bowels of people with SIBO have found mucosal inflammation, mucosal thinning, an increase in lymphocytes, and even some blunting of the villi (on the surface of the intestines), which is typically seen in celiac patients.
The high fat, sugar, and salt content of typical Western people (SAD diet) can increase the pro-inflammatory potential of the microbiome and cause Bacteroides and Firmicutes to flourish in different amounts
Study – American Journal of Physiology — Renal Physiology
Journal Neuroendocrinology: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7783853
Nicholas Norwitz – Oxford PhD Researcher and Harvard Med Student:
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