Is your digestion working optimally? Or do you struggle with issues such as bloating, constipation or indigestion?
Are you looking for a plan to get you back on track in the New Year?
Join my FREE 5-Day New Year, New You Beat the Bloat Challenge! This Challenge is designed to get you & your digestion back on track.
Whether you have been struggling for a long time or just have the post-Christmas bloat, you will get something out of this challenge!
When you sign up for the Challenge you will receive:
*5-day meal plan
*access to a private Facebook Group!
Deadline to join is December 27th!
The holidays are a busy time for most people. We’re rushing around doing our Christmas shopping, procuring special grocery items for meals with family & friends, bouncing from party to party and keeping children happy and busy while they are home from school.
Only 10 or so years ago, there weren’t a lot of dietary options for those with celiac disease, or those who ate gluten-free for other reasons. When it came to eating-out or buying baked or package goods at the grocery store, the selections were pretty limited, or non-existent.
When it comes to recipes for myself, my family & my clients, I use a phenomenal program called That Clean Life. They really do make healthy eating super simple & fun! Check out some of their Holiday Recipes by clicking below:
Happy Monday everyone! Guess what?
It's only 3 weeks until the FREE 5-Day New Year, New You Beat the Bloat Challenge starts!
The Holidays are a busy time for so many reasons; Christmas shopping, decorating, baking & cooking extra meals, entertaining, preparing for the winter ahead, and meeting deadlines at work. While most of these are fun, they can also leave us stressed and overwhelmed!
Do you struggle with any of the following?
Did you know that 70% of your immune system lives in your gut? It’s true! Your digestive system is one of the first lines of defense for your immune system.
Irritable bowel syndrome, or irritable bowel disease (IBS or IBD) affects about 13-20% of the Canadian population. Symptoms can include Abdominal Pain, Bloating, Constipation, and/or Diarrhea.
Do you ever wonder why chicken soup is so good when we’re feeling under the weather? Is it because it’s usually during the winter months when we get sick? Is it just nostalgia? Or is there something more to it?