Hippocrates, the father of natural medicine once said over 2500 years ago, “All disease begins in the gut.” Never have these words been more true than now.
If you deal with digestive distress, you are not alone. More than 64 million Americans are dealing with digestive disease and almost everyone who eats the SAD diet (standard american diet) deals with some form of intestinal permeability or “leaky gut”.
The reality is that most approaches to gut health offered by the traditional model involve “bandaids” that offer symptom relief but often fail to address underlying causes of distress to the system.
Symptoms of an unhealthy gut include but are not limited to:
I am passionate about gut health and have spent the past 7 years studying this topic and the good news is that you can heal your gut! This is a custom tailored program geared to address causes of imbalance that may stem from stressors such as: infection, hormonal imbalance and diet to name a few. After identifying the hidden stressors I will provide you with information that will help you to support your detoxification system, remove foods that may be causing inflammation, eliminate the hidden stressors, and re-seed the gut in order to reestablish balance to your mucosal membranes.
Due to the fact that any gut healing program is a process that requires time, this is a two month program with an initial consult session, results and recommendations session, and weekly checking to make course corrections and adjustments as needed.
Cost of 8 week session - $580
or $290 per month
(Any labs and the fees involved are the responsibility of the client.)
The goal of my practice is to provide information that will both support you to take charge of your health and to make changes that will empower you in living a healthier and more vibrant life.
Tennee Gay is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner, Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, and currently finishing her studies in
Holistic Nutrition full body systems with Andrea Nakayama in preparation for FNLP certification.
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