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If you have ever been pregnant, or heard a pregnant woman talk about what it’s like to be pregnant, you may realize that pregnancy is one big IBS trap. In this week’s podcast, learn the keys to having an IBS-free pregnancy.

87// IBS and Pregnancy: My Top Tips for an IBS-Free Pregnancy

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If you have ever been pregnant, or heard a pregnant woman talk about what it’s like to be pregnant, you may realize that pregnancy is one big IBS trap. In this week’s podcast, learn the keys to having an IBS-free pregnancy.

87// IBS and Pregnancy: My Top Tips for an IBS-Free Pregnancy

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Another Woman’s Journey From Overwhelming to Overcoming Have you had bloating and sleep problems for the last decade? Has it seemed like nothing you do has worked? Are you afraid to make changes to your health – because it’s hard, and because…what if it doesn’t work? If so, you are like my client Julie. Julie […]

85// End the Bloat, Irritability, Pain, and Sleep Amazing [Client Testimonial]

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IBS is a multi-faceted diagnosis that requires a multi-layered approach to heal it – for good.

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According to research done by UCLA, up to 60% of patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) also have Fibromyalgia, and up to 70% of patients with Fibromyalgia have IBS. Is this the key to finding healing for both?

83// The IBS-Fibromyalgia Connection

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Do you have an IBS diagnosis? If so, you may know that it’s not a particularly specific diagnosis. You could experience diarrhea, constipation, OR both. Plus the wide array of symptoms from bloating to anxiety, and beyond. IBS is, by nature, a catch-all diagnosis. You can find that IN the name – Irritable Bowel Syndrome. A syndrome, in the medical world, refers to a disease state with a recognizable pattern of symptoms but lacking in consistent or known causes. So if you have a syndrome, the cause is unknown, what can you do about it? (And what can you do about it instead of going on a diet like the Low FODMAP diet?) Do you have any hope of getting rid of it? In the case of IBS, the answer is a resounding YES.

81// 6 Most Common Causes of IBS

Gut Health

Have you struggled with Gut issues for a decade – or more? Have you gone to multiple doctors, even GI specialists, and never gotten an answer? Or maybe the answer was simply a diagnosis of IBS? Have you felt like there was more going on in your body, yet couldn’t figure it out with the doctor’s help? Did you have other problems like sleep issues, weight gain, and fatigue? Have you tried everything from elimination diets to building sleep hygiene habits – and you just didn’t know what else to do? If you’ve answered yes to a few of these, you’ll relate to my client Becca!

“How long?” It’s a valuable question; relevant to anyone starting a journey. Knowing the length of a journey prepares us for the road ahead, psychologically and practically. It’s SO important, we’ve already released a podcast episode on the hero’s journey and how it relates to health!

78// How Long Should It Take Me to Heal?

Gut Health

Have you ever had SIBO? Do you think you might have SIBO? Or – are you the one out of every 2 people who have gotten SIBO – only to get it again? (SIBO has a 50% recurrence rate in individuals who have had it before!) Whether you are one of the above, or just a curious listener trying to make sense of all things gut and information out there, then today’s episode is just for you.

70// SIBO: The 2 Reasons Why SIBO Has a 50% Recurrence Rate + How to Overcome SIBO and the Low FODMAP Diet

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Do you struggle with acid reflux? Between 20-30% of Americans have acid reflux symptoms every week. That’s almost one third of Americans every week! According to the World Journal of Gastroenterology in a study of more than 6,000 patients, 63% of people with IBS ALSO have acid reflux / or GERD. On top of that, IBS affects women in a 2:1 ratio compared to men. So the overwhelming majority of people with IBS are women, and the majority of these women with IBS also have GERD. Safe to say – I have a lot of clients with acid reflux and ALL the symptoms that come with it.

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