I will show you how.
If you've been struggling with gas, bloating and irregularity for several years...
You already know that food can be a culprit of your symptoms. You've cut out gluten, dairy and even dabbled with the low FODMAP diet.
I HAVE GOOD NEWS FOR YOU, friend
But you still have more bad days than good.
You're frustrated because you've been living with food restrictions for so long and you just wish that you could be normal.
So that you can stop slapping band-aids on your IBS (attention lifelong low FODMAPers and supplement junkies!)
So that you aren't staring blankly in the fridge, relying on Uber Eats or skipping meals (only to eat the entire contents of your pantry later)
So that you can stop planning your whole life around your bowels!
So that you can have a healthy & robust gut long term and overcome food intolerances.
Figured out a few of your food intolerances? Awesome.
But what the heck do you do next?
The fact is most IBS sufferers don’t make it past the elimination diet phase because you weren't told how to expand your diet or get your gut to a place where it can tolerate wheat, dairy or FODMAPs again.
So you continue to avoid a long list of foods (except those weekends or trips when you give in and eat pizza, french fries and drink like everyone else).
Here’s why avoiding foods like wheat, dairy or FODMAPs can be problematic over the long term:
These are foods that nourish the good gut bacteria in our gut.
Avoiding them might make your gut feel better now but over the long term, a restrictive diet can worsen the state of your gut.
The good news is that the gut can heal from food intolerances.
All we've got to do is get started.
You need to finally learn how to better manage your IBS.
You're overwhelmed by where to start and what to focus on.
You want to be more organized with your meal planning, prep or grocery shopping.
You're so tired of your bowels ruling your life.
You're ready to take control over your gut health but need a little hand-holding to get there.