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Let me be very clear about one thing before I share what I’m about to share: I am not a supplement pusher. And I say that because I’ve visited all kinds of practitioners in the past who were what I would call supplement pushers. And if I’m going to be honest, which I always am…

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Let me be very clear about one thing before I share what I’m about to share: I am not a supplement pusher. And I say that because I’ve visited all kinds of practitioners in the past who were what I would call supplement pushers. And if I’m going to be honest, which I always am…

Jun 2

Each visit cost over $900. Sure, my parents helped me out and this money wasn’t coming out of my own pocket, but my goodness, was this an investment for me at the time.It was 2013, and I was struggling, daily, with IBS symptoms. All the classics: diarrhea, bloating, gas, constipation, extreme abdominal cramping, and mild depression.

Apr 4

Let me say that again: there is no such thing as a “point of no return” when it comes to your health journey. This is important to remember. In fact, it’s critical. Make or break, I might even say. Why? Because those who feel overwhelmed and like they’re drowning in their symptoms, yet feel…

Jul 16

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Elimination dieting is the golden standard when it comes to addressing gut health symptoms such as bloating, gas, constipation and diarrhea. Question: Having GI issues? Answer: Discover the culprit(s) and eliminate those foods to eliminate the symptoms. Makes sense, right? Unfortunately, the results…

Jul 15

Chances are, if you’re someone struggling with IBS, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, or gas, you’ve probably cut out gluten at one point or another in your life, or, you know someone (or many others) who have.

Jun 9

The low FODMAP diet is not your only solution to eliminating gas, bloating, diarrhea and constipation, and overall inflammation in the gut. In fact, it’s not the strategy I recommend you follow at all. Why? Because the low FODMAP diet is quite restricting, it eliminates some of the world’s healthiest foods, and it can actually create. . .

May 7

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Bone broth is a craze that I was sold on back in university when I was in the deep end of trying to handle my IBS symptoms. And again, it was something that my fellow classmates at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (where I studied to become a RHN) tried to sell me on and and get me. . .

Apr 15

We have an obsession with protein. In the U.S., it is recommended that the average person consumes 45-55 grams of protein daily, yet most people exceed 90 grams a day. We are not protein deficient, we are fibre deficient. The average American woman consumes 14 grams of fibre a day, and the average man, 22 grams.

Jan 17

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My job is to walk you through the lowest low of your health journey and help you not only heal, but feel freaking awesome in your body again. Now more than ever, women need clarity when it comes to their gut health. We need answers, and we need long term solutions that make sense. I’m on a mission to make that happen.

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This means that your gut microbiome is the main catalyst in determining your overall health. If you’ve been looking for the root cause and a solution that lasts, this is it. Let’s get to the bottom of what your microbiome needs to thrive.

Your gut is an ecosystem and it craves diversity. You are 99% bacteria and 1% human.