digestive complaints? check out these free resources!

Because I’m all about sharing the love when it comes to gut health and digestion, I felt compelled to share these two amazing resources from two amazing guys!

I’m a huge fan of Sean Croxton and Dr Josh Axe, as their mission is to spread the word when it comes to the latest findings in natural health and nutrition.


Dr Josh Axe- Your Free Guide to Probiotics

Probiotics-Title-Big1This is your complete guide to:

  • understanding what probiotics are
  • top probiotic killers
  • benefits of probiotics
  • how they work
  • types of probiotics – strains and supplements
  • probiotic foods
  • full set of references

The information is easy to follow and understand, making it a fantastic resource for anyone interested in learning more about how probiotics can assist on their health journey.

Best of all – it’s free! Simply click here to access it!

Probiotics

 


 Sean Croxton – The Digestion Sessions

Living with chronic digestive problems has become the new normal, as medicine has fallen well behind the latest science and natural treatments. Meanwhile, millions of people have lost control of their lives, suffering in an uncomfortable silence as they learn how to “manage their condition” with drugs and temporary symptom relief.

The real answers are likely not being offered by your medical practitioner, and it can often feel like there’s no one else to turn to. That’s why Sean interviewed 25 of the leading functional medicine doctors, nutritionists, and real food chefs for a free online event called The Digestion Sessions. And you can register now to watch them for FREE!

This free summit kicks off here in Australia tomorrow, Monday 10 November.

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I would love to know if you have found these resources useful! Feel free to comment below!

 

***Please note, I am not an affiliate of either of these resources. I just believe in sharing what I believe in!

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