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Your digestive health affects your energy, your mood and your sex drive!! Even if you are eating well-if your gut isn’t working properly your body won’t be pulling the nutrients out of that good food. Americans spend over $44 billion dollars a year on Over the Counter medications that mask symptoms and never get to the root cause. Spend your morning learning about gut illnesses and symptoms and how to build a healthy gut using healing foods, mindset, and movement.
Learn about the connection between your gut and your brain, and your gut’s impact on your overall health. Discover the top triggers for gut illness and disease (ladies- you might be surprised at this daily one!). Identify the symptoms and explore the gut-tooth connection. Learn natural ways to to get your health back starting in your gut. Find out who shouldn’t eat fermented food. And create a GUT REBUILDING plan!
Monique Costello is a Certified Culinary Nutrition Expert, Integrative Holistic Health Coach and a Gourmet Cook. After years of a debilitating break down of the body, chronic back pain and unexplained symptoms like low energy, restless sleep, weight gain, and dry skin, Monique found relief in the very same element that fueled her passion, food. While using food to heal from the inside, Monique also incorporated restorative yoga and self-care practices to bring her body into balance. She continues to explore all variations of yoga today for strength, agility and inner peace.
A champion recipe developer once featured on The Food Network, Monique now works as a health educator through corporate wellness programs and a one-on-one coaching. She teaches Soma Institute’s Health and Wellness certification program and healthy cooking classes at Kendall College along with hosting Clean Food Cleanse programs to help people recognize that food is medicine and it can heal you from the inside. Read more about Monique’s story at happyeatshealthy.com.