How To Become An Online Health Coach

The first thing that you need to be an online health coach is passion!  Really, to be an entrepreneur you need passion and to be an online entrepreneur you need to be passionate and determination.

It is not easy to build something from scratch.  The saying “if it was easy, everyone would be doing it” comes to mind…

You need to want it.  The idea of working from home, basking in the sun while you sip margarita’s while laying pool side is just a technique that business coaches do to lure you into the idea that being an entrepreneur is this glorious vision that anyone can achieve.


computer screen with ideal client & niche written on it


I mean don’t get me wrong, I day dreamt about the idea and fell victim to it many times while listening to podcasts filling my mind with the concept that if I just believe or manifest; it will come.  Reminds me of the movie “build it and they will come” except they don’t mention the having to build the flipping thing before “they” come and that it will take blood, sweat and tears…. lol


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  • Someone who is passionate, we covered that.
  • Someone that is ok failing or maybe it is not ok failing….  You WILL fail and you have to believe enough in yourself that you can get up and try again and again until you discover what works for you.
  • Someone who is ok not having consistent money.  This is fairly standard for any entrepreneur, especially in the beginning.
  • Someone who enjoys being on a computer.  You may be able to hire out many tasks but there are still things that you need to do and they revolve around a computer.  It is an online business we are talking about after all…
  • Someone who enjoys to teach.  That is really what health coaches do.  Teach others various skills, techniques, strategies etc
  • Someone who is organized,  You cannot mess around with paperwork and you will have paperwork to do (even if on line) you have to be diligent in getting it done and having it organized.  People are sharing personal facts about themselves and those need to be handled accordingly.
  • Someone who enjoys working with other people.  Many people do not like working with others daily and so you want to look at that when starting out and act accordingly.  Maybe you don’t run group programs for example.


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The number one reason to become a health coach is to help others.  That makes sense but there are other reasons as well.  We get lost in the help others to the point that we can loose ourselves.  I remember the first time I had someone write to me saying “how dare I charge people for health and say that I want to help people.

I was crushed…  honestly, I was devastated and thought about it for a long time.  I thought I should quite, that they were right.  I was so emotionally torn about it and it took me far too long to remember that I have bills to pay too.

To that point, a reason to become a health coach should be money.  In my opinion, it is not a bad thing to make or to want to make money and we spend an awful lot of time worried we don’t have enough or feeling bad for charging it.

You need to eat, pay your mortgage, kids activities, bills and so much more so it is ok to put that guilt away.


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Another reason to become a health coach would be that you are truly interested in health.  That seems redundant however, loads of people work as hippo crates.  I am not talking about you having health issues or working on getting fit.  I am talking about running 5 day food challenges while you chow down pizza every night while off line.  People will see through it.

One other reason that I feel some do really well as health coaches is personal experience.  They have either gone through a health challenge or had a loved one go through a difficult health challenge.




You have a few options.  You need to obtain the proper level of Nutritional knowledge.  Seeing as now a days there are many different diets, health concerns and weight struggles you want to be extremely well versed in all of the areas of health.

You also need to learn how to teach seeing as that is what coaches do.

Having been a College Health Instructor for a decade myself, when I did do mu Nutritional schooling I found it hard to find a school that could teach me something that I didn’t already know.  I am trying to boast, that was simple the issue that I had when researching.


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I recommend that you reach out to others and see how they felt about the curriculum.  If you look at Facebook groups you can find Health Coach groups and jump in and ask around to get input.

The school that I went with is Nutraphoria and I can honestly say that I loved it!

Coming from someone who already knew an awful lot in this field coupled with being in charge of creating curriculum that is a big deal for me to say.

I still visit there site to see what they have up and coming as far as courses.

They have a blog post dedicated to what to look for in an online school and I think they hit some nails on the head.




For me flexibility was key.  I was teaching full time, had 2 kids, husband that still wanted to be able to go out from time to time and a house to manage.

The second factor was the curriculum and did the courses in fact cover the vast information that I was wanting and at the level that I was seeking.  A sales page can be awfully deceiving so I recommend that you call the school up and have a long chat making sure to ask your specific questions.

Is the program accredited, this will mean that they have to maintain and reach certain guidelines governed by an overriding body.

Next, I look at the cost and truthfully although this is important, it should be your deciding factor.  Rather, you want to look at the value that the course gives you.  The more you learn, the more that you know and the more that you make in the long run.  The school will pay itself off eventually.




I cover all of this in detail in my course. 

You need to narrow down your niche and ideal client first before you can get anywhere online.  If you don’t know who you are speaking to, how can they find you?

Setting up a domain, host and then creating your WordPress site are the next steps in getting up and going.  You want your site up as soon as you can to build your domain authority.  That is really a thing, I had no idea until a couple years in business that I had not set my site up to even rank with Google and so no one was even finding it in a search….  ouch…




I cover domain/host and even how to set up your own site in my course, The Health Coach Creator as well.  I think it is so important to know your own business and so I think building it yourself is critical.  Do not let anyone tell you that you can’t…  It is not hard, it takes steps and a couple days and that is it…  I walk you through the whole thing HERE.

It can feel so overwhelming in the beginning…  Honesty, it can feel overwhelming in the middle too and that is ok.  It is also ok to ask for help, fire out or take a course to help guide you and save you some time.  There is no absolute way to work in this business and don’t be fooled by guru syndrome.  Just because it works for someone else doesn’t mean it will work for you and there is trial and error that will happen.

You got this!

I would love to hear from you and where you are at.  Feel free to leave a comment and I will definitely get back to you!







How I Got Rid Of Yeast Infections!

Yeast infections plagued me for numerous years, lead to surgery and left me feeling hopeless and helpless.  Years later I finally found relief!  Life changing would be an understatement.  Life saving is my description!  I want to share what helped me so much.  I’ve partnered with Global Health Trax to share my story and how Threelac helped me!

I realize how extreme that sounds.  I know many people that have not suffered chronic health issues may think it impossible for something like this to help me so much.  

Some will suspect or insist that I am simply trying to sell a product.  Admittedly, the product that I am talking about I do support and I am an affiliate BUT I became an affiliate almost a decade after it helped me so much.

A lot of women suffer from yeast infections.  Some have had one and some have had many.  



I remember a few times trying to explain just how bad my yeast infections were and women actually rolling their eyes at me.  One friend told me that it’s just part of being a girl and no biggy…

My heart felt like it was crumbling as I not only was trying to get my friends and family to understand but my healthcare team was not paying any more attention to my pleas.

  • The infections started when I was 15 years old…  
  • The only time I speak about this whole journey is in my private Facebook group.  In full transparency the reason is embarrassment
  • I am human…


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I went to the doctors when I got my first yeast infection, she did a culture, told me to go ahead and use over the counter cream and they would confirm for sure in 1-2 days.  The next day they called and confirmed that it was yeast.

I wasn’t thrilled but knowing no better, used the cream and it went away.

Until 2-3 months later and the yeast infections were back.  I went back and repeated the same steps. That continued until I was 16 when they were monthly right after my monthly cycle.  Back and forth I went to the doctor and by then I could have recited what they would say to me. At this point I was giving diflucan and told to take it each month.  

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Only 16 and going to each appointment on my own, I was instinctively uneasy with their reasoning that “some women just get them all the time”.



I saw every doctor that I could within my healthcare team, in and out on a regular basis, they all recited the same spiel.

Some would tell me the basics, wear cotton white underwear, don’t wear a swimsuit after swimming don’t use hot tubs, eat yogurt and take your Diflucan.


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Disheartened and uncertain I did as instructed to help deal with the yeast infections. I went on like this until I was 18 years old when they just wouldn’t go away anymore.

Writing this is a trigger as some will be aware that suffering chronically can cause anguish on the soul.  The journey seems relentless, long and burdensome as one goes through the trials, the attempts to find answers, the up and downs, remedies, medications etc.

By this time I had on going Diflucan as doctors suggested no longer coming in and to simply take my pill. I called when it didn’t go away and the suggestion was take another.  I did as instructed once again and not only did it not go away, it got increasingly worse.

Day after day it got worse.  The more I tried to explain what was happening to friends or family the more they looked at me as though I was weak.  “I mean… it is just yeast” I remember a specific family member saying as I turned to them for support.

I went to the doctor and after years of every single swab showing positive, it was negative.  Her answer, you don’t have yeast.

Even writing this, I pause, that is what my heart did that day.  




I asked what to do and she said nothing.  ALl of your cultures and tests are fine. Nothing is wrong with you.

Shock?  Confusion?  Numb?

Those are the best descriptive words that I have for how I walked out of that appointment.

The fact that my labs were fine and her expertise was I had nothing didn’t stop all the same symptoms that I was familiar with, other than now EVERY single day.

After seeing what felt like every doctor in the office, I even resorted to a trip to the ER…  Yup, I thought maybe they would have more extensive tests that could be run…

Lonely, young and so confused,  I tried researching and saw that found could be a factor although at the time their was not a lot to be found on it.  I decided to starve myself of all sugar, I essentially starved myself.

I thought if I don’t eat, it has to go away if yeast does in fact feed off sugar.  

It failed…  I was down to 90 some pounds and no further ahead.

I essentially pleaded with my doctor to be seen by a specialist.  I am sickened now that I was not referred to specialists long before when I think back but I was so young and had no knowledge or awareness of my options.



She agreed to refer me and I was thrilled, absolutely certain that I would be all better as soon as I got seen.  I waited the disgustingly long period of time that we do when feeling our worst and was told exactly the same thing.

In fact, the gynecologist was rough and rude.  She told me that all my labs were normal and that she could not explain why I had yeast like looking white discharge…  Yup, did I mention why I never shared this story in such a public manner.

I was trying so hard to work while all of this was happening,  I literally had become so ras that I could barely walk, the pain was unreal.  My boyfriend, now husband was great but as you can only assume this was no fun for our relationship.

After another attempt with my family doctor she asked me how my mindset was.  I was so angry, I answered by telling her I wanted a second specialists opinion.  She agreed BUT made it very clear that you only get 2…. REALLY???

Another several months pass and I got into see another gynecologist.  At this point I went to each appointment trembling, sick to my stomach and lost.

The most amazing thing happened.  The doctor walked in examined me and within a millisecond he said you have yeast.  I was thrilled and confused. He said you have a super strain and you never should have been on years of antifungals. 

After the exam, I got dressed and he came back in and chatted with me for a long while.  A real conversation, a real person talking to me.

He answered all of my questions and I had so many.  He explained that I had developed a super strain and become resilient to the meds that they had been given.  Unfortunately, the solution that we decided on was aggressive and again I was uneducated.  BUT, I had hope for the first time in as long as I could remember.


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I was put on 4 Nystatin a day for a long period of time and high doses of garlic and told to eat loads of yogurt and no sugar.  This didn’t change anything for me. I was washing every time I peed with baking soda rinse and nothing was helping. I was then put on 2 Keteconozole a day and at is tough on the liver.  I was on them for around 2 years BUT they took the yeast infections away. 

They took away the discharge but the pain, the pain was so bad.  I still had trouble walking and wore pants 2 sizes to big.

The specialist said that I would need surgery.  What?

I had scar tissue left from years of the yeast damaging the tissue.  I was terrified and that is an understatement.

I went ahead with the surgery and the recovery I compare to similar to childbirth now that I have that to compare to.

It helped so much, after a long healing period I was able to walk so much more comfortably.  I was still on the meds though and that lasted a while.

Finally, I had to take 3 month sick leave from work.  I realized during that period that I really should have taken time off way earlier and that I knew very little about health.

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I started to research and became obsessed with finding a way to get off the meds.  Every time that I tried to even reduce ever so slowly, the feelings of yeast would be right back.  I tried diets, supplements and various remedies.

They all likely helped or didn’t in different ways but none were helping in a way that I could stop the meds.  I decided to look even more into probiotics and non worked.

I am sure that they may have been doing some good for my gut but non were helping on the level that I needed for this super strain that I was maintaining with the meds.

Diet wasn’t enough either and I hate saying that since I believe so much in the power of diet and foods.  That being said I needed something more.

After loads of research, I saw this product, read the reviews good and bad.  I was interested in Threelac but admittedly didn’t order it right away.  I was extremely wary and cautious in all my actions at this point and was becoming my own advocate.

As always, I ran the idea by my husband because I had already been through so much and truly appreciated the feedback.  He listened intently as he did with all the various options I tried or looked into.

I went back and forth to the Threelac website many many times, read and went through everything on the Global Health Trax website.

Finally, I ordered it.  I started it slowly and worked my way up and I felt a notable difference.  I felt stronger, it was a bit hard to explain at the time to be honest. Now, I can tell you that it was my gut healing but then I still lacked knowledge and any that I had was masked by fear.

After a long time on Threelac, I felt like I wanted to try weaning off the meds again and so I broke each tablet into 4 as I always did and started with going down to 3/4 tablet.  

I will tell you that I weaned off at turtle spread, months and months and months.  By the time that I was ready to wean off completely, I was terrified and taking the smallest morsel each day.

This is what the box looks like.  The probiotic comes in small packets.  I love this because it doesn’t need to stay in the fridge and that makes it really easy to travel with.


The incredible thing was that the infections stopped.  As in stopped stopped. Not only did I not get another one when weaning off the heavy meds but once I got the courage to finally stop all meds, still no infections!

If you have suffered with anything chronic health wise than you know that you get to a point where you all but give up…  you start to try to just cope with each day and begin to let go of hope.

I not only had hope but I knew without doubt that the Threelac was what was helping me.  I was still uneducated in how it was keeping my yeast infections away and honestly, I didn’t care.

Now, I know so much more in regards to how Threelac works and how it re-balanced my gut ecosystem but then I was beyond happy to feel like a functional person again.

I will write again about how I fell ill again after the birth or my daughter and how Threelac once again after trying everything else was my answer.  I will also be written another post on the science behind Threelac as well so stay tuned.

Easy Homemade Crockpot Chicken Stock

Easy Homemade Crockpot Chicken Stock

 Health Benefits of Chicken Stock

An old solution to illness that has been used over decades.   The benefits of bone broth/stock are countless and every family should be aware of its beneficial effects.  Every time a member in my family is knocked down by illness, bone broth is one of our first steps back to wellness.

Your Grandparents probably ate soup more often than you do in your home now.  Not only was it an affordable option, went a long ways, it is one of the healthiest foods available.

During the cooking process it can look disgusting but the smell is incredible and cover the house with an auray of warmth.  Chicken stock is my number one suggestion for pretty near everyone that I work with.  The major difference being, if you have histamine intolerance, than you want to reduce your cooking time. 

Why do I  recommend this as a starting point?

Chicken stock is jammed packed full of nutrients and goodness.   The perfect balance of essential nutrients, healthy fats, minerals and anti-inflammatory proteins that your body is craving to make use of.   If you ever watch wild life documentaries, you may notice that the animal works quickly through the meat and straight to the bone and that is not only to sharpen those teeth of theirs but to get to the much needed nutrients

Chicken stock is simple to make and you can use a variety of herbs depending on where you are at with your gut health and your personal preferences.  Once your gut is more stable, you can move onto to bone broth which is essentially the same other than you are boiling the bones rather than the bones and meat. 

I personally like chicken stock but you can use almost any meat and they all have incredible nutrient value.   The most basic ingredients would be just chicken, water and salt but again as you continue to use this practice you will likely find yourself experimentling with various herbs.   

Let’s go over the simple steps:

1.  Boil a large pot of water (enough water to cover the full small chicken and an inch or so higher)

2.  Once the water is boiled,  I like to add 1/2 tablespoon of sea salt and then add in the whole small chicken.

3.  Turn the heat down to boil and add in 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.  The apples cider helps to pull out all the amazing essential nutrients.

If you have a histamine intolerance you want to boil for 3-4 hours max.  If not, it is a matter of what you like and taste.  I personal let it go on simmer for about 6 hours.  I add lots of salt and drink it in a cup throughout the day.

Once you get used to making stock and if you are getting tired of drinking it straight specific to gut health, you may want to play around with adding in veggies and creating various soups.  The colour of the stock will change depending on what kind of meat that you used as well as how long you let it coil for.  


After awhile in the fridge you will notice the broth congeals on the top.  That is a good thing!  It looks gross but that is where the bulk of the nutrititional goodness is.  When you heat it up, just stir the fat into the liquid and you will forget how awful it looked.  The taste is incredible!!!

 Chicken stock and bone broth both are made using the bones and joints of the animal and so the nutrients are pulled out.  Proteins are high ranking in chicken stock.  The pretein value can be up near 50%.  Gelatin is what makes that cool thick layer on top when in the fridge and although it isn’t a complete amino acid it does proline and other non essential acids that are also important.  Protein is imprtant for 

These proteins perform a variety of crucial functions. First of all, they give your body the raw materials to rebuild your own connective tissue, especially tendons (which connect muscles to bones) and ligaments (which connect bones to each other). It’s hard to overestimate how important this connective tissue is for overall health and strength. Professional powerlifters know that their bodies are only as strong as their weakest link: bulging muscles are useless if their tendons and ligaments are underdeveloped. And injury to these crucial tissues doesn’t just stall your deadlift progression. Think of tendonitis, or the overall “aching joints” that seem to accumulate with age. Definitely symptoms we all want to reduce or avoid if at all possible.



As well as providing the raw materials for healthy bones and joints, the proteins in bone broth deliver an especially interesting benefit for rheumatoid arthritis, a chronic autoimmune disease marked by painful damage to the tendons and ligaments. Specifically, these proteins may actually help stop the autoimmune response in its tracks. One study found that chicken collagen dramatically improved symptoms in 60 patients; four of them showed complete remission.








Another benefit of bone broth for joint health comes from glycosaminoglycans (GAGs), a family of carbohydrates found in bones and connective tissue that show interesting effects in reducing joint pain. One of these GAGs, hyaluronic acid, is an effective treatment for osteoarthritis: it’s been mostly studied as an injection, but there’s also evidence that it’s useful when taken by mouth. Chondroitin sulfate is another GAG that has performed well in reducing the pain and damage of arthritis in several studies.








The best-known GAG is glucosamine, which thousands of people take as a joint health supplement. Interestingly enough, the studies evaluating glucosamine + chondroitin supplements have produced conflicting and inconclusive results, and there seems to be a significant bias introduced by industry funding. However, one study compared glucosamine + chondroitin to plain collagen and found that the collagen was actually more effective, indicating that there might be something in the whole food that the supplements miss.




Whether it’s from the GAGs or the proteins, or the combination of all of them, the evidence is in: bone broth is a valuable supplemental food for all of us, and a delicious potential therapy for joint diseases. Especially if you play sports that put stress on your joints (anything where you have to run or jump on concrete, like basketball or jogging), your knees will thank you for adding a big mug of broth to your recovery routine.








Benefits of Bone Broth: Digestion








Nature rarely seems to make foods that are healthy for only one reason, and bone broth is no exception. As well as keeping your knees free from disturbing crunchy noises every time you move, it also helps improve digestion in a variety of ways.

Glycine, for example, is useful because it stimulates the production of stomach acid. To judge from the billions of dollars Americans spend on antacids every year, you might think that this is the last thing we need, but in fact acid reflux may actually be a problem of too little stomach acid, not too much. For the full story, see this series; the short version is that a stomach acid deficiency leaves your food sitting there in your stomach, half-digested, and the pressure from your stomach being so full can force acid up into the esophagus.

By prompting your body to secrete more stomach acid, glycine can help prevent or treat this painful and potentially dangerous problem. This makes bone broth a delicious supplemental food for anyone suffering from acid reflux, IBS, or FODMAPS intolerance.

Adding to its metabolic virtues, glycine is also an important component of bile acid, which is necessary for fat digestion in the small intestine, and also helps maintain healthy blood cholesterol levels. Especially for people who are new to Paleo and switching from a carb-based to a fat-based diet, this has the potential to keep the digestive process running a lot more smoothly.



Glycine isn’t the only useful protein for gut health, either. Glutamine, another amino acid found in bone broth, is a natural remedy for “leaky gut,” that unpleasant and dangerous condition where the barrier between your gut and the rest of your body isn’t working properly, allowing molecules that should stay inside the gut to cross over into the bloodstream and potentially set of a cascade of autoimmune reactions. Glutamine helps maintain the function of the intestinal wall, preventing this damage from occurring.








Benefits of Bone Broth: Detox








Glycine also helps in detoxification – the actually meaningful kind, not the ridiculous nonsense about unspecified “toxins” and the necessity of removing them by embarking on long fasts or juice cleanses. None of those special cleanses are necessary, because your body has its own detox system: your liver. Glycine gives the liver a hand up in removing anything dangerous from the body – for example, in one rat study, rats fed glycine showed significant improvements in recovery from alcohol-induced fatty liver disease compared to rats that weren’t.








Glycine is also necessary for the synthesis of glutathione and uric acid, the body’s most important endogenous antioxidants. As described in the article on antioxidants, boosting production of the endogenous (internally produced) antioxidants is much more useful for reducing oxidative stress than taking Vitamin C or other antioxidant supplements.








Yet another detox-related benefit is that glycine helps clear out excess methionine, another amino acid found in large quantities in eggs and muscle meat. Methionine is an essential amino acid, but too much of it can raise blood levels of another amino acid called homocysteine, and the process of breaking down homocysteine increases the body’s need for B vitamins (thus increasing the risk of B vitamin deficiency even if your intake is adequate). Glycine from broths and cartilage can help break down homocysteine without the need for B vitamins. This is a perfect example of the wisdom of traditional cultures in eating every part of the animal: the proteins in the muscle meat and the proteins in the connective tissue balance each other out for 



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Talk with your doctor if you think that this is something that you would like to look into.

Hormone Imbalance Symptoms

F fat in the tummy area.  


8.  Low Libido

Even though it really shouldn’t matter to us that much… it does..  Having 0 libido makes us feel like less of a women and less of a wife.  I don’t think any women is ok with not having a low libido let alone no libido.

9.  Anxiety & Depression:

I know I have said they all suck but if I had to pick the worst one this would be it.  After I had my daughter, I had the worst post pardum which is often a case of a drop of progesterone.  I have suffered horrid anxiety and depression and I wish it on no one.

Now what?  How do balance your hormones?

To Probiotic or To Not Probiotic…  Bacteria and The Gut

To Probiotic or To Not Probiotic… Bacteria and The Gut

Bacteria and The Gut

When I work with a client and it comes to probiotics my answer is never simple.  I use my intuition greatly as well as the clients feedback for clues when it comes to my recommendation for which probiotic would be best suited for them.  Some people, like myself, cannot tolerate any probiotic for a long while into the protocol.  

Many clients that I chat with are under the belief that they must “kill” off all the bad bugs and although we do want to rid the body of many of these culprits, it is not like we can go in with a nerf gun and have at it…

The idea is to push the bad bugs out by increasing the good.  We also want to look at which strains of good bugs do we want to add.  After all, too many good bugs can lead to bad things as well.   We want to think about all of the bi products that all the bacteria create as well as the fact that many of the by products are actually great at keeping inflammation down.

In one article in the Journal of the American Medical Association, according to the book Brain Maker ” These preventive  strategies are already well documented in high-profile scientific literature and can have a radical impact in reducing the incidences of the neurodegenerative illness.  Medical researchers already have knowledge that, if implemented, could slash the number of new Alzheimer’s patients here in the U.S. by more than half”.

What is it that this article was referring to in regards to prevention?  The Gut!

There have also been reports done suggesting that high blood sugar could be a serious factor to development of dementia.  I am talking about high blood sugar that is not considered on the diabetic radar yet.  

I am suggesting that rather than calling in reinforcements to pull the car out of the ditch (medication), perhaps we could slow down and pay more attention to the signs.


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Why am I talking about blood sugar when I was talking about the gut?  The same reason that I talk about blood pressure, SIBO or anxiety…  Because they are connected and it is becoming more and more obvious that those with poor gut health are more likely to struggle with all areas of health, including mental health.  

I have been at the bottom, you know that ugly place where you thought you knew what depression is until you are actually experiencing it first hand and let me tell you, it was far from pretty.  Once I was completely submerged in it, I began to really research and see just how connected my gut health was in relation to my mental well being.  I am not a doctor and if you need medication, that is not for me to judge.  I would recommend though that you take a close look at your gut health as well.  

I have also had a long list of symptoms such as depression, IC, IBS, candida, chronic migraines, joint pain and so on.  My point is that almost any symptom can and likely is a direct result of the health of your gut.  There is obviously a lot more to solving the puzzle to your ongoing health concerns and it id not gut a matter of digestion but also absorption among other things.

So, where to start…? 

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  1. Clean up your diet
  2.  Probiotic
  3. Water with sea salt