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DR. SHERRI TENPENNY

Doctor, Speaker, Educator, Consultant

DR. SHERRI TENPENNY

Doctor, Speaker, Educator, Consultant

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Health Tips, Vaccines, Current Events, & More!

Newsletter

Health Tips, Vaccines,
Current Events,
& More!

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Your Gut CAN Control Your Brain

Does your brain feel a little foggy? It’s not all in your head. In fact, most of it is in your gut! There is a remarkable connection between the gut and the brain, meaning your gut health definitely affects your brain health.

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Your gut has 100 trillion microbes and 100 million neurons. Scientists once thought these neurons simply aided in digestion, but now they know it is so much more. Your gut behaves like a second brain!
 
No, your gut won’t help you solve complex math problems, but gut health heavily influences your mood. Vice versa, your mood can have a tremendous impact on your gut. The two are ultimately connected.
 
Research shows that people with mood disorders like anxiety and depression often have a disrupted gut microbiome. You’ve probably heard of dopamine and serotonin, two neurotransmitters of the brain. Did you know that your gut actually produces about 50 percent of dopamine and almost all of your serotonin (95%)! When you have high levels of these substances, you feel motivated and happy, but low levels can make you feel unhappy and deflated.

 

If your gut is not functioning as it should, your mood could be negatively impacted. Chronic stress is a big culprit. Stress of this nature can reduce nerve transmission, Digestion is affected, and the brain isn’t able to really tell what is going on in the gut. Gut health is “off”, and you may be experiencing bloating, cramps, constipation or other symptoms. Stress also contributes to leaky gut syndrome which over time can lead to chronic gut inflammation.
 
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Education

WHAT IS POLIO?

The word polio has long burned images into the collective psyche. In fact, 63 years after the polio vaccine was released (in 1955) when asked, “What pops into your head when you hear the word polio?” – the vast majority still say: paralysis, kids with braces. FDR, March of Dimes, or iron lung machines.

The truth about polio infections and the polio vaccine are rarely discussed. What if it is very different than the story you’ve been told?

A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM DR. TENPENNY

The Tenpenny Files Podcast and The Tenpenny Report exposes the truth about the vaccine industry. As a result, we are being censored… Click here to read full message
 
While I can’t thank each person individually, so please know I see every donation alert and I appreciate you – and each contribution – so much. Every dollar enables us to continue our work for you, every child, adult and animal on this planet.
 

Isaiah 41:10
 
Don’t be afraid, because I’m with you; don’t be anxious, because I am your God. I keep on strengthening you; I am truly helping you. I’m surely upholding you with my victorious right hand.”

 

Thank you for being a light of hope in our mission,

 

Dr Sherri Tenpenny