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Free Gut-Brain Seminar – Explore the Gut-Brain Connection (GBX) – Palm Beach, FL

Could the “Gut-Brain Axis” be the Missing Link to Feeling Better?

Free Seminar:

Saturday, June 30th
10:00am – 11:30am

Center for Brain is co-sponsoring an educational talk about the CRITICAL role of the gut in brain health and thought you might find it useful to attend. The more you can learn about your health, the better.

There has been a radical shift in recent years in scientific thinking. Your mental health is not only in your head but can be greatly impacted by your gut, too.

Join us for an illuminating presentation by Dr. Shawn Talbott, PhD, Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (ACN), and featured guest on The Dr. Oz Show, the TED stage, and the White House, who will:

1) Explain what your gut has to do with your mood and feelings of well-being and

2) Talk about how to improve your gut-brain health to help impact sleep, mood, anxiety and attention. (It can have a far-reaching effect on mental health.)

Saturday, June 30th
10:00am – 11:30am

DoubleTree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center
4431 PGA Boulevard
Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Click below to register or call us now at 561-744-7616

More about the gut-brain connection (GBX)

Did you know that we have two brains? One in our head and one in our gut. They are connected by a communication axis of nerves, fascia and blood flow.

The emerging science of the Gut-Brain Axis (GBX) indicates that many mental wellness issues originate as imbalances in the GBX.

One reason: The gut actually produces more neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and serotonin, than the brain.

These so-called “feel good” neurotransmitters regulate mood and affect our overall mental wellness. This is why modern science has labeled our gut as our “second brain.”

Join us to learn about this fascinating science and how it can help you lessen or even solve your Stress, Mood, Anxiety, Fatigue & Digestive Issues.

Click below to register or call us now at 561-744-7616.

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