A Functional Medicine Approach to IBS


Have you been struggling with bloating, wind, irregular, loose or hard bowel movements, or acid reflux? Have you been told it is likely ‘just’ IBS and you will have to live with it, or had a diagnosis of H.pylori, SIBO or else, but felt lost on how to address your concerns long-term?


Join me in this (pre-recorded, self-paced) online course where I will explain the biology behind gut health and imbalances in simple terms, along with science backed strategies on how to address the root causes of gut issues from a dietary, supplement and lifestyle perspective. Start anytime.

I suffered from Crohn’s disease, an autoimmune disease affecting the gut, from an early age, which lead me to Functional Medicine. This research and lab testing based approach helped me put this debilitating illness into remission over a decade ago, so gut health is a topic very near and dear to my heart. It is my mission to help empower others to make educated choices on how to address the root cause of their health issues and get back to thriving, rather than surviving.



Learn …


… About the importance of our gut microbiome, good and ‘bad bacteria’, candida and more in the gut, their effect on digestion and bloating, but also on the entire body such as inflammation, brain health, mood, joint aches, and more.


… How hidden food intolerances to healthy foods may be contributing to your issues


… How to make targeted adjustments to your diet & lifestyle, including when and what to eat to support your digestion, SIBO, IBS and more


… How to use more specialised lab testing to get to the root triggers of your concerns and address these


In this online course you will learn simple tools, backed by the newest cutting edge research and scientific findings, that will help you to remove triggers for digestive issues and support your gut health for good.


We will also touch upon commonly asked strategies used, like the restrictive FODMAP diet, probiotics, fermented foods, whether everyone should avoid gluten and dairy (the short answer is No!), food combining, and other commonly used strategies, when they may have a role and where they aren’t necessary, and more.


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