Connect4Hope with Masami Covey
Episode 2 - April 30, 2020
Is the COVID-19 pandemic and social isolation getting you down? Did you know that your emotions, gut health and immunity are all connected? In times of social distancing it's important to pay attention to both our gut and emotional health in order to maintain a strong immune system.
On April 30, 2020, Masami Covey, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP), Medical Intuitive joined Connect4Hope for a live discussion and deeper dive into the connection between our emotions, gut microbiome and immunity. Masami provided tips for strong gut and emotional health while answering audience questions.
Listen to the full event recording below and download our event notes here.
Masami's answers to questions not addressed during the call:
Q: Do you recommend using digestive enzymes, and if so, which ones?
A: I do recommend digestive enzymes for many. However, we need to take care of our body system first - chew your foods, get adequate hydrochloric acid, limit alcohol consumption, etc. AND eat fresh vegetables, fruits, and quality protein. We produce digestive enzymes in the mouth, gut and pancreas. Many foods help with the breakdown of foods, so eat well.
Brand that I use (pharmaceutical grade) is from Enzyme Science.
About Masami Covey
Masami Covey is an experienced Health Intuitive, somatic practitioner, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (FNTP), Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT), Positive Neuroplasticity Practitioner, and applied linguist. She believes that we are each our own primary healer and offers a dynamic framework for connecting our subtle “body language” with physiology, anatomy, emotion, nutrition, and lifestyle practices. Masami embraces the power of both scientific knowledge and focused intuition to reveal the interconnection of body, mind, and spirit. She was born and raised in Japan in a bi-cultural family, and she draws extensively from her blend of East-meets-West cultural, linguistic, and energy healing experience.