Project b3 May/June 2019

For this 8-week session, I will post EACH weekly session here in this single article – updated weekly as the sessions are held…

Session #1 = Overview VIDEO = https://youtu.be/KlBki3UqVUo

Session #2 = Body/Brain/Biome – this video is a replay (because I was speaking at an event in Chicago that night) – so here is the Session 2 replay (and also here is the Chicago event, just in case you want to see that too)!

Session #3 = Supplementation VIDEO = https://youtu.be/PnDo4ydWQoM

Session #4 = Exercise VIDEO = https://youtu.be/AoRAeunUoF8

Session #5 – Nutrition VIDEO = https://youtu.be/K59gIV4Hne0 – this session about Nutrition – the Mental Wellness Diet (what to eat) – and the Helping Hand (how much to eat) is a replay because I will be speaking live at an Amare event in Lehi Utah on Wednesday May 29 (I will also post the video from the Lehi event here)

Session #6 – Stress/Sleep VIDEO = https://youtu.be/jp1dFBqNWBM

Session #7 – Evaluation VIDEO = https://youtu.be/mfcdRrgODEk

Session #8 – Summary VIDEO = https://youtu.be/XsUbY4pqTNM

As always, please let me know any questions – in comment box below – or on the Project b3 Facebook Group

 

Mental Wellness in SoCal – May 18

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Join Us in Southern California for Our Welcome Home Event on Saturday, May 18!

We’ve developed the world’s first award-winning gut-brain axis nutrition system to help people optimize their mental wellness. Join us at our Home Office event to find out more and see how you can take yourself to a higher level of mental and physical performance.

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Date: Saturday, May 18
Time: 10 AM-4 PM
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  • More about our holistic mental wellness platform of products, programs and community
  • Why the nutrition industry just named us 2018’s Best New Finished Product and nominated us for Start-Up of the Year
  • What you can do to help manage stress, occasional anxiety and feelings of depression holistically and naturally
  • How financial health is crucial to your mental health and how Amare’s unique business model can help you thrive financially
  • About two newest product lines — a gut-brain axis foods system designed to boost your microbiome and a kids line formulated to help kids and teens improve their cognitive performance, and naturally manage stress, occasional anxiety and feelings of depression*
We Can’t Wait to See You at Our Home Office Event on Saturday, May 18!
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Gut-Brain-Axis & Mental Wellness in Wisconsin (May 9)

Here is the video from our overview in Wisconsin (May 9, 2019) of the impact of the microbiome and the gut-brain-axis on mental wellness – enjoy!

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How diet affects brain health and mood, and what to eat to reduce stress and feel good | South China Morning Post

Gut bacteria break down what we eat, creating molecules that communicate with brain neurons, and can produce antioxidants that head off anxiety and Parkinson’s disease; a Mediterranean-like diet lowers the risk of depression.
— Read on www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/article/3009483/how-diet-affects-brain-health-and-mood-and-what-eat

Project b3 – Session #2 – Body/Brain/Biome

Tonight I will be speaking about gut-brain-axis and Mental Wellness in Chicago, so I will not be able to do a LIVE session for Project b3 (but we will stream the Chicago event at ZoomwithPat.com so please tune in)!
Instead, please watch this recorded session on the Body-Brain-Biome from our recent research study on Project b3 = https://bestfutureyou.com/2019/02/22/project-b3-research-study-session-2/
This link includes the video presentation and slides for this session #2.
As always, let us know any questions as you’re just completing your first full week of Project b3!

SCFA Butyrate improves gut/immune axis

Macrophages treated with the short-chain fatty acid butyrate – a by-product of dietary fibre breakdown – are better equipped to fight bacteria in the gut, report researchers from the Kennedy Institute and the Translational Gastroenterology Unit. These findings could lead to new strategies to restore gut health in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Dietary fibre metabolite helps immune system fight invasive bacteria

The research, published in Immunity, shows that macrophages produce more bacteria-busting antimicrobial peptides and clear bacteria faster if treated with butyrate during their development. And when mice were fed butyrate, the animals became more resistant to intestinal infection. 

Butyrate is a naturally occurring short-chain fatty acid produced by gut microbes as they break down dietary fibre. Although previous studies have linked butyrate to gut health, this is the first report to show that butyrate can increase immunity against harmful bacteria in the intestine.

“Importantly, butyrate bolsters macrophage antimicrobial activity without inducing inflammation.” says Kennedy Director Professor Fiona Powrie, who co-led the study together with Professor Holm Uhlig, a Principal Investigator at the Translational Gastroenterology Unit, Oxford.

Fiona adds, “This is particularly exciting in the context of IBD where the butyrate pathway could be targeted to promote beneficial macrophage responses and re-establish homeostasis”.

IBD are chronic painful diseases, which include conditions such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, affecting approximately 5 million people worldwide. Defective antimicrobial responses are thought to contribute to IBD, and high numbers of inflammation-promoting macrophages in the gut are linked to severe disease.

Speaking of the research, Holm said “Since the level of butyrate in the gut of patients depends on diet as well as specific members of the microbiota that can metabolise plant fibres into butyrate, this study is potentially not only relevant for treatment but also for understanding how prevention or maintenance of remission can be achieved”.

The team found that butyrate re-wired the metabolism of developing macrophages and activated a distinct set of genes to drive the accumulation of non-inflammatory antimicrobial macrophages.  They went on to show that butyrate mediates these effects by restraining the activity of enzyme histone deacetylase 3 (HDAC3). 

The researchers are now examining intestinal macrophages isolated from IBD patients to understand whether defects in metabolic signalling contribute to the development of disease. 

The ongoing collaboration between the Powrie and Uhlig laboratories is part of a wider partnership between the Kennedy Institute, the Translational Gastroenterology Unit and the MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine within the NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Gastroenterology and Mucosal Immunity Theme, which ultimately seeks to drive new therapies and personalised medicine approaches for inflammatory gastrointestinal and skin diseases into the clinic.

The work was funded by the Wellcome Trust, the BBSRC, the Helmsley Charitable Trust, and the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, with contribution from the BRC Gastrointestinal biobank supported by the NIHR BRC. 

Amare in Pewaukee WI – Thurs May 9

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Date: Thursday, May 9
Time: 7:00 PM-9:00 PM
Location: Ingleside Hotel
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Your mental health is not just in your head ― it’s in your gut too! Join us at our Spring Rise Tour event to learn more!
We’ve developed the world’s first award-winning gut-brain axis nutrition system to help people optimize their mental wellness. Join us at one of the local events listed below to find out more and see how you can take yourself to a higher level of mental and physical performance.
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Amare in Chicago – Wed May 8

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Date: Wednesday, May 8
Time: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM
Location: SEIU ― Hall #2
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Chicago, IL
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We’ve developed the world’s first award-winning gut-brain axis nutrition system to help people optimize their mental wellness. Join us at one of the local events listed below to find out more and see how you can take yourself to a higher level of mental and physical performance.
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Amare in Louisville KY – Tuesday May 7

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Date: Tuesday, May 7
Time: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Location: ALoft Louisville East
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Louisville, KY
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We’ve developed the world’s first award-winning gut-brain axis nutrition system to help people optimize their mental wellness. Join us at one of the local events listed below to find out more and see how you can take yourself to a higher level of mental and physical performance.
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Project b3 for Mental Health Month (May)

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Join Our Group Project b3 for Mental Health Month!
In honor of May being Mental Health Month, we’re supporting this year’s theme of #4Mind4Body by kicking off a Group Project b3 event! The host for this special initiative will be our Chief Science Officer, Dr. Shawn Talbott.

Project b3 is a program that focuses on the body, brain and biome to optimize one’s mental wellness and physical health. This innovative program provides effective tips and techniques to help create a healthier, happier you!*

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Better Together!
Studies show that balancing your physical and mental health can be better with a group of people, rather than by yourself. So, grab a friend and join us for this motivational event!

All the action will take place via Facebook. Beginning May 1, Dr. Shawn will be holding live Project b3 sessions via Zoom and streaming to Facebook Live in the Project b3 Facebook Group. These sessions will run every Wednesday night at 6 p.m. PST through the end of June (eight weeks total).

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Group Project b3 weekly schedule:May 1: Session 1 (Week 0) — Overview

May 8: Session 2 (Week 1) — Body/Brain/Biome

May 15: Session 3 (Week 2) — Supplementation

May 22: Session 4 (Week 3) — Exercise

May 29: Session 5 (Week 4) — Nutrition

June 5: Session 6 (Week 5) — Stress/Sleep

June 12: Session 7 (Week 6) — Evaluation

June 19: Session 8 (Week 7) — Open Discussion

June 26: Session 9 (Week 8) — Review and Summary

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