Robbie Bennett: Gut Health – You Are What You Absorb, Digest and Assimilate – #06

Mar 12, 2020 | Prymal podcast | 0 comments

Eoin Lacey - Nutrition

Coach Robbie Bennett from the Irish Strength Institute walks us through gut health, the common misconceptions surrounding this topic, how our bodies digest and absorb food, intolerance and allergies, and explains how a huge percentage of people today are suffering with gut and digestive issues, and many aren’t even aware that it’s an issue! 


Food is more than just fuel, it has a huge role to play when it comes to almost every function in the body, is linked to pretty much every health issue we have, and you can drastically improve your quality of life by understanding the nuances of proper nutrition. Robbie shines a light on the depths of the human gut!


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