Eating food is all plain and simple until it’s not.

Is this food affecting my gut?

That’s a question I get asked all the time.

Women email me daily, wondering about food and lifestyle, healing or a lack thereof.

Like the blessing I feel by infertility, I also feel grateful that the gut issues I was given have in turn helped thousands.

Why? Because it re-confirms why on Earth I was given SIBO and general gut dysfunction combined with the passion for studying it and the digestive system in general to help women worldwide heal themselves naturally.

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So back to the question at hand –

Is this food irritating my gut? How about that one?

Here is the answer that you don’t want to hear: I am not sure.

Listen – if you ask someone that question and they automatically tell you, “Cut out coffee, dairy, gluten, soy, refined sugars, all FODMAP foods and/or corn immediately,” prior to knowing anything about you and/or your current life circumstances, you must run fast. 

The digestive system and body, in general, is a complex place we live. There is no way anyone has the one way for everyone.

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This food is good for you unless it’s not.

There are no two individuals who will require the exact same thing because there are no two individuals who have the exact same conditions, the exact same past and/or the exact same genetic makeup.

If you want to read more on this, check out THIS FOOD IS GOOD FOR YOU UNLESS IT’S NOT.

Every single person is unique in foods they tolerate, and even to what degree they tolerate those foods (ahem, I’m looking at you, Mr. Coffee).

There are plenty of places to start, but my best recommendation is always not Dr. Google. 

Type of Food

Eating food is critical. The type of food you eat is not always critical; sometimes, though, it is.

Start with a single step. Get a proper diagnosis, and then start making the changes you’ll need to make for lifelong health and happiness. 

And get your journal to accompany the journey – you can’t know where you’re going if you don’t know:

a. Where you’re at today, and

b. What’s happening on subsequent days

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