gut instinct

We all know about the brain that lives in our head, but we might not know about the brain that lives in our stomach. Vicky Vlachonis, Osteopath and author of "The Body Doesn't Lie," breaks down what all that rumbling in your tummy is about.
When I played soccer in college I noticed there was one thing every one of my teammates had in common. They all had confidence
Considering getting a second opinion. "Listening to your body's signals can help prevent bigger health problems," says Judith
Your gut knows how to make good decisions. Yet we often feel safer relying on logic or the opinions of other people, rather than letting our intestines make the call. So how do you learn to trust your instincts?
Science is finding ways to verify what the ancients already knew: practices that expand awareness and consciousness can be of benefit to all aspects of the human condition.