Extended Registration & Exclusive $10 off the popular “Gut Health” Course

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Heal Your Gut Regular Price extended

Have you been thinking about signing up for the 6 Weeks to Gut Health Course, but are still on the fence?

I've got an exclusive coupon code for my readers that just might “nudge you off the fence.”

I am so excited about this course that I asked Lydia (the instructor) if I could offer my readers a discount to enroll.  And I was so glad when she said “yes.” I think the material in this course is so crucial to your health, that I want as many of you to be able to attend as possible.

(Disclaimer – I am an affiliate for this course and receive commission for any courses sold through my site.)

This course has been so popular that I've got two updates to share with you!

1.  Registration is extended through today. The course started on 4/10 but you can start today and still get access to all of the materials as well as to the Private Facebook group.

2.  I have an Exclusive Coupon Code HEAL10 to share with you that gives you $10 off the registration price.

I asked Lydia if I could do this for my readers because I wanted as many of you to be able to join us as possible.

The material in this course is that important.

I really do believe what Hippocrates said, “All Disease Begins in the Gut.”

If we can heal our digestive system, I believe we can experience much better overall health.

Are you with me?

Lydia Shatney is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and is a health-information junkie (kind of like myself).

She knows her stuff and is always learning and has an amazing passion to share what she has learned in order to help others.

For about the price of one visit to an alternative health practitioner, you get 6 weeks of coursework and a private Facebook group where you can interact with Lydia about all of your gut health questions.

Here is an outline of what will be covered in the Gut Health Course

Week #1: Digestion 101. How it works and how it can dysfunction. Proper nutrition and diet, ‘Clean Up Your Diet’ exercise and the best way to start healing.  How stress affects digestion and what to do about it.

Week #2: Elimination, Bowel Movements, Constipation, and Diarrhea. How often bowels should move, what a healthy bowel movement is, a way to test bowel transit, and how to support constipation and diarrhea.

Week #3: Absorption. An exercise to find out if  you're digesting your foods and absorbing fats properly, fat digestion, and suggestions for supplements and foods to support digestion.

Week #4: Food Sensitivities, Intolerances, and Allergies. Elimination diets done easy and how to reintroduce foods systematically

Week #5: Probiotics. What they do, what kinds there are, and what to get.

Week #6: Fermented/Cultured Foods. The health benefits of properly fermented foods, as well as how and why to make them.

Pretty invaluable if I do say so myself.

Sounds great, doesn’t it?

Please join me and let’s heal our guts together.

You can read more on the course here as well as in this post (where I also shared some fascinating facts our guts).

Or you can go directly here in order to sign up.

But make sure you use the Code HEAL10 to get your $10 off the regular price of $117.

Hope to see you there! I can't wait to get started!

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  1. Hi. I am 5 months pregnant with my third child and follow a traditional foods diet. At two months I found myself lactose intolerant – gas, bloating, headaches, diarrhea after consuming diary (even raw milk). I have never had a known problem to dairy. I have struggled to get the nutrition I need – though I found I can have hard cheese so am getting by- even 24 hr fermented raw yogurt causes me problems. What happened?! Will this go away after childbirth? Will my child have gut problems? I am frustrated and confused. Any ideas?

    • I can’t diagnose, for sure, but I will say my husband was seriously lactose intolerant. We ended up getting him on a good probiotic and doing work on heavy metals and going gluten free and sugar free and now he can eat quality cheese w/ no problems. The raw milk perplexes me since that has lactase in it so I don’t see how lactose intolerance could be your issue. Did you sign up for the gut health course? We are going to have more on gut health over the next month so stay tuned :). If you are interested in talking probiotics you can email me. I am really looking into this.

      • Thanks. I just tried some organic lactose free yogurt and had the same problems. So, maybe it isn’t the lactose. But, since I can have some hard cheeses it doesn’t seem like it would be casein, or milk protein intolerance. I am going to hold off on any cleansing or heavy probiotics until after the baby. I don’t want the baby exposed to any toxins I may release. Thanks for your response. If you hear of anything that might be helpful please let me know.

        • Personally I think probiotics are key during pregnancy to prevent strep, etc. But that’s just what I understand for me. Gut health issues get passed on to baby so it is, from what I have read, key to having a healthy baby and keeping mom healthy to do as much as you can before and while pregnant.