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Your Microbiome is the name given to the microbial population that we host in and on our bodies and it has a huge impact on your health.


Did you know that there are trillions of bacteria living in our gut alone and we now understand that humans are 90% microbial and only 10% human. Because it is such a robust microbial community, it is incredibly important to our health and affects many areas of the body beyond just our gut. 


Having the right balance is critical for optimal health, for example – are you aware that 90% of the Serotonin, a.k.a. The Happy Hormone, is manufactured in your gut?

Perhaps you have trouble sleeping? That could be due to shortage of Melatonin, the Darkness Hormone which encourages good sleep – again produced in the gut.

Dopamine, the Motivation Hormone, Oxytocin, which looks after Love, trust and Self-esteem and Noradrenaline which gives you your “Get up and Go” are ALL produced in the Gut – when it is in the right balance.

Add to that food cravings, weight management, digestion and metabolism, brain health, fertility, menopausal issues and many other things – you can see how important having a balanced Gut Microbiome is.

I offer a tailored 21 Day Microbiome reset plan which includes a supply of high quality, clinically formulated nutrition for the microbiome, targeted probiotics, vegetable proteins, and many other powerful ingredients combined to promote detoxification, cleansing, and balance. Use these carefully engineered supplements and adhere to the dietary guidelines, simple lifestyle changes and exercise as you begin your journey to Elite Health. This plan has been life changing for me personally and many of my clients and I strongly urge anyone suffering from the below symptoms to consider addressing their gut health.


Please contact me to discuss the plan in more detail and how I can support you

Conditions associated with poor gut health:

There are a number of conditions that have known associations with microbiome. These conditions seem to be related to dysbiosis of the microbiome. Dysbiosis is defined as an imbalance of microbial material in the body. Those who suffer from the following conditions are more often affected by such microbial imbalances.

  • Arthritis

  • Asthma

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Eczema

  • Fibromyalgia

  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)

  • Ulcerative Colitis

  • Crohn’s Disease

  • Mood Disorders

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinson’s Disease


  • Psoriasis

  • Autism

  • Diabetes

  • Leaky Gut Syndrome

  • Celiac Disease

  • Liver Disease

  • Metabolic Syndrome

  • Insulin Resistance

  • Obesity

  • Depression

  • Menopausal and pre menopausal symptoms

       And much more.......

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