Episode #3:Earthly Dish Radio Show: Do you Suffer from Bloat? Is IBS to Blame?
Listen below to Detox Counselor Ellie Lara and Chef Jennifer Houst on www.innerlightradio.com from 3-4 pst for Episode # 3 of the Earthly Dish Radio Show. Do your suffer from the bloat? Could FODMAPS be causing your IBS symptoms? Is emotional eating or a lack of movement the root cause of your IBS?
Listen as our hosts Share about the symptoms and the root causes of IBS(Irritated Bowel Syndrome.) Come Earn the effects of FODMAP(Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols, which are short chain carbohydrates and sugar alcohols that are poorly absorbed by the body, resulting in abdominal pain and bloating.)
Listen as we interview IBS survivor, wellness coach and raw food chef Kristen Parish of My Vibrant Life (http://www.myvibrantlife.net) share her favorite detox recipe of the week, her methods for working with craving created by IBS, and follower her as she guides us through deep her “belly breathe technique” as the detox hack of the week.
Here is last weeks Episode #3:Do you Suffer from Bloat? Is IBS to Blame? Earthly Dish Radio Show lifestyle hack created by Kristen Parrish:
BELLY BREATHING FOR BETTER DIGESTION
Find a comfortable place to sit or lie down. I usually begin by putting my hands on my lower belly so I can feel when the breath expands into that area.
Begin by deepening your breath and allowing your belly to rise with your inhale and fall with the exhale. As you inhale your belly should expand from the lowest part near your pubic bone up to your diaphragm first then continue to inhale into your chest.
On the next breath count slowly to three, exhale all in one continuous breath. With each inhale add one to the count in order to increase the capacity of the breath.
Next breath count from 1-
4 , on the next breath count 1-5 next breath 1-6 .
Each breath, taking a second longer all the way up until the 10 count breath.
This practice takes about 5 minutes and leaves you feeling calmer and the whole digestive system feeling relaxed.
In a blender combine miso and water. Blend until combined. Add chopped avocados, cultured vegetables and all the remaining ingredients. This is a favorite recipe of my clients and my family and I and so easy!