Two-thirds of black women, get little to no leisure time activity and part of that reason is because we don't have leisure time. We have to carve it out and create it for ourselves. We have to fight for our lives every single day.
We are a nation, a culture, that's obsessed with the so-called negative effects of bacteria. So, we've been taught to believe, that bacteria is synonymous with something bad... and disease-causing. While it's true that it can do that, but bacteria in general, when it's apart of a healthy ecology, play a vast role in our health.
It is primarily in the gut but you have bacteria everywhere, even in the brain. Microbiome is a huge ecology of bacteria. They orchestrate our health. We should look at it as the grand conductor of our health. When the microbiome is not healthy, the conductor is hurt. Then, it cannot conduct the great symphony that our body should be expressing all the time.
Look at GMOs like altered DNA.
- Follow the microbiome diet.
- Eat asparagus.
- Take supplements.
- Take prebiotics (extremely important).
- Take probiotics.
- Eat organic.
- Don't eat genetically-modified foods (GMOs).
- Eat healthy and mindfully.
- Eat foods that nourish our bodies.
- Keep your vitamin D levels high (around 60). Make sure you take Vitamin D with Vitamin K. It's a really important supplement.