3 Unconventional Tips for Better Digestion #nutritionmonth2017

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Embarrassing and uncomfortable digestive symptoms suck. When you are experiencing gas, constipation, bloating, diarrhea, etc., it makes sense you want to find a solution and you want it, like yesterday.  It’s natural for people with digestive woes to start looking into what they are eating that could be contributing. Unfortunately,  this can sometimes turn into a bit of a food fight. But what if you could manage your symptoms and have more ease in your relationship with food?

In today’s video, I’ll be sharing three unconventional tips for better digestion {that have nothing to do with what you’re eating.}
And please don’t leave this page without first claiming your free meditation at the bottom of the page.

When your guts are driving you nuts, try this!

Need help figuring out your digestion?

One of my go-to gut gals, is my friend and fellow dietitian, Andrea Hardy of Ignite Nutrition. If you are looking for someone to help you navigate how the food you eat could be affecting your symptoms, definitely reach out to her.

Or, if you want support with really digging into your relationship with food and your body, using a mindful approach, I’d love to see if I can help. Just head here and apply for a free nutrition and wellness assessment and I’ll get you set up for a conversation with me!

What else can you expect from #NutritionMonth2017

Take the fight out of food! That’s the theme for Nutrition Month 2017 here in Canada. For the entire month of March, dietitians are educating about 5 main themes:

  1. Food fads – see Video 1 of this series
  2. Digestive woes.
  3. Picky eating.
  4. Eating and stress.
  5. Managing chronic conditions.

Your Rest and Digest Meditation

Seriously, managing stress and relaxing your belly can help with a whole host of issues, including digestive concerns. Sign up below to try out this guided meditation and then come back here and tell me what you thought in the comments below!

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