Why Eating Healthy Isn't Going To Fix Your Gut
Let’s just get real for a minute. You may have been told that the best way to fix your gut and end the pain is to just stop eating the foods that hurt your stomach and “eat healthy”, am I right?
Let’s be honest… this is sh*tty advice.
You're tired and frustrated. Clothes feel tight from the bloating, you feel glued to a toilet with unpredictable painful poops and you feel nauseous, embarrassed and alone. And food? You don't know what foods to eat anymore and so you resort to your "safe" foods that seem to be allowing you to survive the day.
There is no “eating healthy” and just stopping the foods that make you feel like crap, what happens when just about all foods do this… then what?
The problem with this line of thinking is that it suggests your bodies ability to communicate clearly is perfectly in tack and it’s not… your gut is a hot mess!
This is why you need the specific inflammatory foods to avoid and how to swap them out without feeling deprived and a proven system that walks you through fixing your gut.
Eating “healthy”, is absolutely important, but what happens when that doesn’t work? Filling in ALL the gaps in your gut protocol is the key to lasting results. Food is just one piece of this puzzle!
My complete four step system helps you rebalance your digestion and take back control of your bowels using the power of whole food eating, gut supplements, and stress management, filling in all of the missing gaps.
Here are the 4 simple steps:
STEP 1: Remove
This powerful step is designed to give your body a break from the barrage of inflammatory foods you normally consume.
STEP 2: Replenish
Replenish your body with critical food and supplement recommendations to strengthen your gut.
STEP 3: Repair
The repair step allows the body the nutrients and space to rebuild, bringing your body back into balance.
STEP 4: Refuel
The final step is critical to your long term success, providing you the key to sustaining your results, providing your body with customized maximum nutrition and absorption.