Feeding your gutโ 

Eating to keep your gut happyโ 
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A majority of Americans live with digestive issues. โ 
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This is bad news because the gut is connected to nearly every system and organ in our body, which means that the way weโ  treat our gut has a significant impact on, well, everything!โ 
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An imbalanced gut has been linked to chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and Crohn’s disease. โ 
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Signs of an imbalanced gut include:โ 
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  • Headachesโ 
  • Mood swingsโ 
  • Fatigueโ 
  • Depression and/or anxietyโ 
  • Digestive issues, like gas or bloatingโ 
  • Suppressed immunity or autoimmune disordersโ 
  • Skin problems, like eczemaโ 
  • Food allergies or sensitivitiesโ 
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A healthy gut responds differently to foods than an imbalanced gut, which means that your bio-individualized diet has to cater to what your gut needs from you.โ 
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Unfortunately, thereโ€™s no pill out there that will โ€˜healโ€™ your gut.

However, as a Health Coach, I can work with you to help you minimize symptoms, recognize patterns, and change behaviors so that you can support your gut health and โ create a sustainable treatment plan to get your health back on track.โ 
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If you have questions or concerns about your gut health, letโ€™s connect!

Please note that I am not a Doctor, and all medical services should be continued as this is program is not a subsidization for medical care. ยฉ2020 Leaf Best 4 Last LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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