The goal of the Smith family, under the direction of Jaden Smith, is to enhance their general health and wellbeing. On a recent episode of “Red Table Talk,” Jaden, his sister Willow, grandma Adrienne Banfield-Norris, parents Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, and others got together to talk candidly about their health issues and the efforts they are making to address them.
Jaden courageously talked about his battle with severe stomach problems and his quest for relief. He said that because of the backlash to his decision to become vegan, he was first hesitant to ask for assistance. Individuals on the street would voice their worries and give uninvited advise. But Jaden made the decision to move forward and seek expert advice from Dr. Mark Hyman and nutritionist Mona Sharma, with the resolute support of his family.
Dr. Hyman clarified Jaden’s nutritional inadequacies, which came from eating the wrong foods and not eating enough meat. Omega-3 and vitamin deficits had resulted from Jaden’s decision to forgo meat, and gluten and dairy were labeled as “big problems.” Dr. Hyman suggested supplementing Jaden’s diet and making dietary changes. Jaden’s food selections would increase and his health would stabilize as his gastrointestinal problems got better. Dr. Hyman gave Jaden a hopeful assessment, saying he would soon return to his lively self.
Jaden’s family was concerned about his health not for the first time. Jaden was eating just two meals a day, sometimes even just one, according to Will and Jada, who voiced their concerns about his excessive eating habits in an earlier episode of “Red Table Talk.” Jaden’s energy, sleep quality, and physical look have all suffered as a result of this unhealthy pattern.
Jaden’s hospitalization in Australia for nausea and vertigo further highlighted how serious the issue was. It was clear to Will and Jada that action was necessary. They discovered that Jaden was not getting enough protein or minerals from his vegan diet. His skin was dull and he had heavy bags beneath his eyes. His appearance had declined.
The mental and physical health of the Smith family has always come first. Will even recently posted video of his successful colonoscopy, emphasizing the value of maintaining good health. He underlined the need of dedication and admitted that choosing healthier options can occasionally cause suffering.
The Smith family wants to encourage others to put their own health first and set out on a path to a happy, full life by sharing their own health journeys. They extend an invitation to everyone to join them in their resolve to live long, healthy lives and to enjoy each and every beautiful year that lies ahead. Together, let’s travel the path to greater wellbeing!