Friday Favorites #10

Friday Favorites: Links I Love

Updates I am so glad you are all enjoying the digestion posts this month! Nearly all of my clients come to me with digestive complaints (even if that’s not their main concern), so it’s just important to get this information out there. Besides therapeutic diets like a FODMAPs diet, I also use food sensitivity testing… 

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What Happens when you Stop Dieting & Listen to your Body

What Happens when you Stop Dieting & Listen to your Body

A few years ago, I picked up the book Woman, Food, and God by Geneen Roth and was intrigued, but I ended up putting it back and browsing around other books. It seemed to show up over and over again, but I never seemed to pick it up. Finally, a few months ago while shopping… 

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Tummy Troubles: Why you Need to Learn about SIBO

Tummy Troubles? Why you need to learn about SIBO

If you have tummy troubles, it’s not fun. It’s not normal either. I’ve had several clients talk to me about being so bloated, they look pregnant. Many people feel a lot better on a low-FODMAP diet, which I’ve written about previously, but not everyone. What could it be then? Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth aka SIBO… 

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Friday Favorites #9: Probiotics Edition

Friday Favorites: Probiotics

Updates Last week’s Friday Favorites post was a hit! It sounds like people really are interested in learning about FODMAPs and natural ways to help IBS. So, today is all about probiotics! They really are one thing that seem to be missing from people’s diets. I always work with clients on trying to find a… 

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Power of Probiotics: 3 Ways they Can Help your Health

Probiotic Power

Gut health is so so so important! I cannot stress it enough. Your gut is home to 70% of your immune system and 100+ trillion microbes.¬†The Standard American Diet just doesn’t cut it when it comes to keeping a friendly home for these microbes, and the high-sugar, processed food diet doesn’t provide probiotics or prebiotics…. 

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Friday Favorites #8: IBS and Low FODMAPs Diet Edition

FODMAP Free Resources

FODMAP Round-Up IBS is a huge epidemic, and oftentimes, doctors are no help. It makes up about 10-15% of the population, mostly women, and many people just deal with tummy trouble rather than seeking out help because they are embarrassed. More fiber isn’t always the answer, and you don’t have to just “deal with it.”… 

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