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 Understanding the parts of the digestive system and their functions can help you understand what can go wrong and how to keep it healthy. The more I learn about the GI tract (also called the digestive tract, digestive system, or GI system), the more I see how it is the center of our health…(Read More)

Following these 5 steps can resolve your digestive issues and get you feeling great! If you have bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, or any combination of these, you’re probably frustrated. Maybe angry. You just want to get better. To feel better. The “5 R” Program can help. What is the 5 R program? In the…(Read More)

Want to take a LEAP?

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Have you ever tried to cut foods out of your diet to feel better only to not feel any different? Or, only a little better? Or worse? A lot of people I talk to cut out gluten thinking that’s what’s causing the problems. And, they feel a little better. Or, they cut out…(Read More)

Trust the process?

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I have the message above in my office. It frequently reminds me to slow down and trust the process. There are so many processes in life. And, for things to go smoothly trusting the process is necessary. When working with clients who have digestive issues, there is a process I follow. FODMAPs are a part…(Read More)

When you’re dealing with digestive issues, figuring out where to start to get your symptoms under control can be overwhelming. There are so many choices and approaches. So much information on the web. A lot of it conflicting. What works for one person may not work for you. All you want is to get…(Read More)

Is it just me or is meditation everywhere? Every time I turn around someone is talking about it. Writing books about it. Discovering it. Or, finding a new way to do it. Is meditation magic? Is it “woo woo” stuff? I’ll say the answers, in my opinion are, “yes” and “maybe” depending on your…(Read More)

The last of the 5Rs of Gut Restoration is “Rebalance”. Although balance is a concept that we often spend time, effort, and energy chasing (and feeling like we fail at achieving it) the components of “balance” are critical not to just our gut health but also our overall health. Rebalance includes: stress management, sleep, exercise…(Read More)

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My goal is help you take control of your triggers so you can lead a normal life. I’ve had Irritable Bowel Syndrome for over 14 years. I’ve been told, “It’s all in your head.” And, “You just need to figure out what’s causing your symptoms” without being provided any help to figure it out. I’ve finally gotten my symptoms under control. I want to help you do the same thing. I want to help you get your life back.


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