by Sean Croxton
Everyone needs to watch this.
Because at least 60% of the American adult population has some form of digestive dysfunction — whether it be gas, bloating, acid reflux, constipation, loose stools, diarrhea, fungal overgrowth, leaky gut, food sensitivities, on and on.
What a lot of us choose to do when dealing with these pesky matters of pooh is head over to the supermarket and grab a bottle of Tums, Pepto, or Ex-Lax. But those are just quick fixes, not really root cause solutions.
The digestive system is a very complex and critical system. As one really smart man once said, “Life begins and ends in the gut.” That’s no exagerration!
When the gut is functioning optimally, you’re able to digest, absorb, and assimilate the nutrients coming in from your diet. These nutrients are what nourish the 75 trillion-or-so cells that make up your body. Pretty important stuff.
But when the digestive system goes offline — and there a ton of ways that this can happen — you may up with starving cells, a leaky gut, foggy brain, toxic liver, poor skin, and weird-looking stuff coming out of you when you’re on the throne (or nothing at all).
When it comes to finding solutions, most of the digestion-impaired among us tend to do a lot of guessing. We throw a bunch of over-the-counter remedies at the problem and see what sticks.
Let’s be honest, this kind of approach seldom works for anyone. And when it does, it usually ends up with some kind of dependency, where you never leave the house without your Pepto or Tums. No fun.
As you know, I’m a root cause kind of guy. Let’s find out what the heck is going on in that gut of yours so we can nip it in the bud and you can move on with your life.
How’s that sound?
So, this past Monday my main man and mentor Mr. Reed Davis, founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition, and I got together for a FREE webinar called How to Identify Healing Opportunities in the Gut.
We covered all kinds of cool stuff, including:
* Which functional lab tests will identify malfunctions in the gut
* Exactly how the liver is negatively impacted by a compromised digestive tract
* How cell-destructive oxidative stress can be the result of intestinal bug poop
* Why hormonal imbalances will likely never be resolved if hidden stressors like mucosal barrier dysfunction are not corrected
* How food sensitivities develop, and how you can test for them
* A whole bunch more!
Check out the video recording below!
There’s a special offer in there for those who are interested in becoming Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioners.
The offer ends TONIGHT at midnight Pacific Time.
Remember, don’t guess! Test!
Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist
What is the special offer you speak of? I have been thinking about doing that training so I am very interested. Will definitely listen to this webinar.
It’s $200 off. And you also get a 30-45 min call with me to discuss FDN, how to get clients, or whatever you wish.
My husband needs to watch this. He’s been dealing with gut issues for at least a year, and he can’t figure out why he periodically gets sick. Been to doctors, and they haven’t been able to help him. Thanks!
The information you provide will help much for me. Thanks for sharing.
I’m having digestive disorder. The information you share here can help me in this regard. Thank you.