Imagine it’s Tuesday morning and you’ve woken up feeling relaxed, ready to tackle your to-do list.
You feel calm and motivated to tackle your busy day, and on top of that, your tummy is feeling good.
The science shows that when it comes to gut health, there’s so many factors that can be a factor, but it’s your mental and emotional state that has a huge bearing on your ability to be consistent, the choices you make and your overall sense of well-being.
One of the keys to feeling this way is to lower inflammation in your body.
Most people know that certain foods are inflammatory, or certain medications. These can easily mess up your gut, leaving you bloated, tired and flat. And when you have too much bad bacteria and not enough good bacteria in your gut, you’re going to have a lot of inflammation in your body. And when you’re in that state, it’s robbing you of energy, focus and motivation.
That’s why I decided to develop a Gut Brain Masterclass, where I’m going to show you how to lower your inflammation and sort your gut imbalances out for good.
Lowering your inflammation is the first step to sort your gut, but there are two other things that are critical in getting your energy back.
I’ve looked at the emerging research, and these two things are well known but hardly talked about…which I’m indignant about NOT being made public and I need to make sure everyone knows them, so they can take back control. I would love to share these two important pieces missing from your current approach, so you can move forward, have instant energy and get your life back.
All you have to do is save your spot in my Gut Brain Masterclass, and if you enrol by Saturday 13th April, you’ll also get my BONUS Gut Friendly Recipe Booklet on the night.
Yours in health,
About the Author
Anna Block is a qualified Holistic Health and Wellness Coach who connects, supports and empowers women who are stressed, overwhelmed and fatigued to start taking control.
Specialising in Women’s Health, Anna works with women to help them find relief from their health symptoms, along with the energy, confidence, clarity and self-efficacy to develop the lifestyle changes and take back control of their wellbeing in parallel to their busy lives.