Eco Harmony 4
Welcome to Danny George's Wellness website. I am a Certified
Nutrition Consultant, Certified Herbalist and Shiatsu Massage Therapist Level
"Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy
"Health is the Greatest Gift, Contentment is the Greatest
Wealth, Faithfulness the best Relationship".
"Reality is simply the loss of
"The ego is the root of all diseases. Give it up".
Humans function best when they are totally well, living a
more balanced, peaceful, harmonious existence with all living beings and the
Wellness - by practicing Mindfulness and Loving-kindness
meditation, we develop mental clarity, emotional stability and by loving unconditionally can help heal
wounded or broken hearts.
According to Dr. Mercola, about 80% of your immune system
resides in your gut. One of the most important steps you can take to improve your health is to
maintain optimal gut flora and 'reseeding' your gut with fermented foods and probiotics if taking
antibiotics. If you aren't eating naturally fermented foods, such as: organic un-pasteurized sauerkraut,
pickles, coconut yogurt, miso, tempeh, kimchi, etc., you most likely need to supplement with a
probiotic on a regular basis, such as: spirulina, chlorella, miso soup and/or a probiotic
supplement, especially if you're eating a lot of processed foods. Poor diet in general, and each course
of antibiotics extols a heavy price, as it tends to wipe out the beneficial bacteria in your gut, giving
pathogens free rein to proliferate unchecked.
Historically people used to get large quantities of beneficial bacteria, i.e. probiotics
straight from their diet in the form of fermented or cultured foods which were invented long before the
advent of refrigeration and other forms of food preservation. As a result, they didn't suffer the same kinds
of problems with their gut health as so many do today.
It's worth noting that each mouthful of
fermented food can provide trillions of beneficial bacteria - far more than you can get from a probiotics
supplement, which will typically provide you with colony-forming units in the billions.
Your gut literally serves as your second brain
and even produces more serotonin than your brain. This neurotransmitter is known to have a beneficial influence on
Your gut is also home to countless bacteria,
good and bad. These bacteria outnumber the cells in your body at least ten to one, and maintaining the ideal
balance of good and bad bacteria forms the foundation for good health - physical, mental and
The challenge is to implement strategies to
optimize the bacterial population, and to develop a beneficial, symbiotic relationship where they nourish you
and help you fight disease for optimum health. This is where the GAPS Nutritional Program comes