In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I'm visiting with my friend Lydia Shatney, a nutritional therapist and teacher of the online class, Heal Your Gut. We're talking about the prevalence of gut and digestion issues (they encompass A LOT) and her top three suggestions for improving gut health and digestion. Below you'll find some really helpful links to supplement the info shared in this podcast.
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Lydia, blogger at Divine Health From The Inside Out and teacher of Heal Your Gut, is a single mom of four fabulous boys, on a mission to share her passion for whole, healthy, real foods with the world. Lydia believes that good health is a choice and a gift that we cannot take for granted — and in this day and age, we must fight for it. Lydia is a certified as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner through the Nutritional Therapy Association. Additionally, she's a co-chapter leader for the Weston A. Price Foundation in Delaware County, Pa.
3 Things You Can Do To Improve Digestion
In this episode, Lydia shared three tips for improving digestion. Anyone can do them — they're really simple and they're really helpful. Follow the linked text for more information from Lydia's blog.
- Learn to eat in a relaxed state.
- Chew your food! It's the first step in digestion and really important.
- Eat something raw or fermented with every meal to provide enzymes for digestion.
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