Age Less / Live More

Did you receive a CRP (C-reactive protein) test during your last blood test? Since recent research correlates systemic inflammation with dozens of diseases and illnesses, cooling this internal flame has become a major focus in preventative medicine.

On this week’s podcast, we’ll speak about the low-grade, chronic inflammation that many of us struggle with unknowingly due to gut dysbiosis. In an ideal world, we eat a meal, digest and absorb its nutrients. In the real world, many of us eat foods that create a fight response internally as your body treats the offending foods like an invasive threat. 

Listen & Learn

  • How your gut bacteria form a “soil” like environment for digestion
  • Why modern foods and lifestyles leave many of us imbalanced
  • How to find motivation later in life to make changes 
  • The power and speed of diet and lifestyle changes

Resources & Links:

Jimmy’s Site


Jimmy is the founder of the Cognitive Health Institute which focuses on gut health to reduce

inflammation, thus lowering the likelihood, as well as the symptoms of autoimmune diseases, and neurodegenerative diseases. Jimmy played football professionally for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans as a tight end and most recently was a member of the 2016 United States Rowing Team. His accomplishments include four national medals as well as a third-place finish in the 2016 Olympic trials.

Nutritional Tip of the Week:

  • Carbohydrates

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Direct download: LRS_483_-_Happy_Gut_Happy_Brain_with_Jimmy_St._Louis.mp3
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