15 days digestive wellness/detox programme + 15 days post program support
Date:15th January - 15th February 2018
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Poor digestive health is one of the major causes of many conditions such as thyroid issues, adrenal fatigue, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune conditions, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, anxiety, depression, skin issues and cancer. By optimising the digestive system's performance through diet, healthier habits and lifestyle we can greatly improve our health, energy and overall wellbeing.
About the program
The program is designed to help you take control of your most pressing health problems. It gives you the support needed to start making changes by improving nutrition and lifestyle.
Gut function is of particular relevance to all health issues and this is why we will be learning about gut healing and implementing the 5R approach (remove, replace, repair, repopulate and rebalance) during the program.
Who would benefit from this?
Everybody! Rushed, modern lifestyles and bad habits weaken our digestive tract and as a result most people over 30 experience some type of digestive issues (such as IBS symptoms, diarrhoea, constipation, bloating, pain, haemorrhoids, diverticulitis, IBD, hernia and many more). A poorly functioning digestive system triggers all other health conditions, a fact which has been known since the time of Hippocrates - The Father of Modern Medicine (460–c. 370 BC) - who said “all disease begins in the GUT”.
Basic program fee £39.99. Includes:
- Online support via Facebook group and messenger
- Educational article about digestive health
- Healthy nourishing recipes for all 4 weeks
- Functional 5R approach
- Health tips
The advanced program follows the same structure as above, but includes a deep natural colon detox supplement kit (additional £80-100).
To join us or to find out more please visit www.nnnutritionist.com
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