The Core Creed of Health
Posted by Andrea Nakayama
The Core Creed of Health
No matter what diet you follow or what theories of health you subscribe to, it really does come down to one core creed for all of us.
It’s the health of your gut.
If I was left on a desert island and told to choose one thing to focus on to help my immunity, mental health and resilience in these foreign conditions, it would be obvious.
It’s the health of my gut.
That’s why I’m super excited to be one of sixteen expert speakers in this upcoming free online seminar:
This is truly the core creed and you don’t want to miss it.
In my discussion with Summer I talk about balancing immunity with good flora (this information is definitely of interest if you have any autoimmune conditions like me!).
And Summer asked me some key questions that I was eager to address, like:
Here are the details:
You’re going to love this!
The best news is that it doesn’t cost anything if you sign up in advance.
What: The collective knowledge and experience of some of the most respected healers laser focused into a habit-breaking, energy-making online conference.
Who: Summer Bock is your host, joined by 15 experts in the field. . .
When: November 11th-15th (Put it in your calendar now!)
How much: Nothing. There’s absolutely no charge to attend.
If you know Summer, you know that she’s not only all about gut health, but also that she does it with a whole lot of fun and flavor that I know you’re going to enjoy. We had a blast!
And I can’t wait to see you there!
P.S. You know I’m careful to only recommend resources that I trust will help improve the quality of your life and your next steps in your pursuit of education and health. So if you’re ready to find out what “gut rebuilding” means for you, or if you’ve worked with me and you’re ready to upgrade your understanding or practices, go ahead and join me!
EXPERIENCE A FREE TRAINING SERIES WITH ANDREA NAKAYAMA TO HELP YOU
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