Menopause: Hormones and Gut Health Correlation

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Menopause: Hormones and Gut Health Correlation

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Nutrition with Anti-inflammatory foods to help the hormones that control hunger, satiety, and determine fat loss/fat gain. There’s no need to age prematurely anymore. You can reclaim your body and mind and experience these life-changing effects too: A reduction in uncomfortable bloating Skin that’s clear and radiant A decrease in overall inflammation Relief from joint pain More restful sleep Lessening of thyroid issues A deeper awareness of your body and your relationship with food Rewiring your brain to experience food from a place of pleasure, not restriction A healthy gut includes healthy bacteria and immune cells that ward off infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites. A healthy gut communicates with the brain through nerves and hormones to maintain health and well-being. Workshop Modules: Video 1: Hormones and Gut Health Video 2: Hormones and Sleep Correlation

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Nutrition with Anti-inflammatory foods to help the hormones that control hunger, satiety, and determine fat loss/fat gain. There’s no need to age prematurely anymore. You can reclaim your body and mind and experience these life-changing effects too: A reduction in uncomfortable bloating Skin that’s clear and radiant A decrease in overall inflammation Relief from joint pain More restful sleep Lessening of thyroid issues A deeper awareness of your body and your relationship with food Rewiring your brain to experience food from a place of pleasure, not restriction A healthy gut includes healthy bacteria and immune cells that ward off infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites. A healthy gut communicates with the brain through nerves and hormones to maintain health and well-being. Workshop Modules: Video 1: Hormones and Gut Health Video 2: Hormones and Sleep Correlation

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