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Hi… My name is

Nour

I can help you figure out what to eat and what to do next to get rid of:

  • Bloating
  • Stomach pain
  • Acid reflux/heartburn
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
  • SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth)
  • Crohn’s Disease and Colitis

Diet is a big part of the problem so it must be part of the solution… but,

If you have any of these issues, you probably have food intolerances and sensitivities. These are two different things and a lot of people have a hard time identifying the foods that trigger their symptoms.

And the people who do identify their problem foods end up feeling stuck. They don’t have a way out of their elimination diets.

I have helped hundreds of people identify their own trigger AND overcome the root cause of the problem so they can eat normally, go out with family and friends, get rid of the pain and discomfort, and stop worrying about their stomach and bowel problems.

The thing is, addressing the diet is VERY important, but it’s not enough. We must understand why you stopped tolerating certain foods. And we’re not just talking about gluten and dairy. You could be reacting to salmon, blueberries, turmeric, or olive oil.

We must identify the underlying root causes and CORRECT them so you can get results that last AND also not live a diet-restricted lifestyle

If you have any of these issues, you probably have food intolerances and sensitivities. These are two different things and a lot of people have a hard time identifying the foods that trigger their symptoms.

And the people who do identify their problem foods end up feeling stuck. They don’t have a way out of their elimination diets.

I have helped hundreds of people identify their own trigger AND overcome the root cause of the problem so they can eat normally, go out with family and friends, get rid of the pain and discomfort, and stop worrying about their stomach and bowel problems.

The thing is, addressing the diet is VERY important, but it’s not enough. We must understand why you stopped tolerating certain foods. And we’re not just talking about gluten and dairy. You could be reacting to salmon, blueberries, turmeric, or olive oil.

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IDENTIFY THE real
causes
OF YOUR GUT
PROBLEMS

In this free guide, I walk you through the 6 reasons your gut hurts, so you can start taking actions to eliminate your symptoms.

If you want to get rid of your gut problem and increase your energy, once and for all, you must get to the root cause and fix it.

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Here’s a sneak peek from the guide…

Root Cause #1

Food Sensitivities and Intolerances

Food sensitivities are not allergies since they involve different immune pathways. Allergies are IgE immune reactions that tend to be acute and occur right after eating a food. Someone may experience immediate and extreme rash, swelling, or blockage of the breathing airways. Allergists test for IgE food allergies, but they don’t test food sensitivities as most allergists don’t even believe in them. Having a negative food allergy test tells you nothing about food sensitivities.

On the other hand, food sensitivities are subtle and delayed. It can take up to 72 hours after eating a food for symptoms to appear. Even healthy foods like broccoli, salmon, or oregano can trigger a food sensitivity if your immune cells stop recognizing them. You can react to the oil or spices you’re cooking with, ingredients in packaged foods like citric acid or  lecithin, or even natural chemicals and compounds in food. Sensitivities are not easy to pinpoint.

The question is, which foods should you eliminate? …

 

Root Cause #2

A Disruption in Digestion

Medications (proton pump inhibitors, H2 blockers, NSAIDs, and antidepressants), certain supplements, a slow thyroisd, depression, anxiety, stress, reduced stomach acid production, reduced pancreatic and intestinal enzymes production, nutrient deficiencies, a removed gallbladder, gut infections (SIBO, H Pylori, parasites, bacterial or viral gastroenteritis)–all of these can slow down and disrupt digestion.

Another aspect of digestion is motility. This is how well the muscles in the digestive tract contract to push food down. If they are too slow or too fast, you may experience diarrhea, sudden bowel syndrome, or constipation. A slow thyroid, stress, or gut infections can disrupt motility. In fact, one in five people who get gastroenteritis (stomach flu or stomach bug) will end up with a long-term damage to the system that controls motility in the gut.

Root Cause #3

Leaky Gut

The same thing goes for the lining of your intestine. The cells that make up this lining are attached tightly to one another with special joints. If these joints loosen, unwanted substances enter your body. If toxins produced by bacteria and yeast are among these substances, they will cause joint pain, brain fog, fatigue, anxiety, rashes, congestion, and other issues.

Your body knows that it’s dangerous for foreign substances to cross in, so your immune cells hang out right after this lining, ready to attack. When they see something they don’t recognize, they release inflammatory chemicals and compounds to fight them. These immune compounds can trigger your symptoms.

How do you know if you have a leaky gut? Your symptoms are the clues. The more the stomach, bowel, skin, brain, joints, and other systemic symptoms you have, the more likely you have leaky gut.

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