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This is part two of a three-part series where I’m answering your questions on all things fooddigestion, and health. In this episodeI give you my thoughts on sugar substitutes, clarify what I mean when I say certain foods are to be eaten “in moderation,” and more.

Listen in as I share additional questions from the never-before-released coaching session with some of my clients and provide examples of healthy proteins and what types of foods to avoid. You’ll also learn how to use castor oil to ease joint pain, my tips for people with heartburn and acid reflux, and what we should all aim to include in our diets. 

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • Why I prefer Xylitol over Stevia.
  • How to use castor oil for joint pain.
  • Why you should listen to your body.
  • The five belly busters to avoid.
  • Why I have chosen to focus on patients with colitis and Crohn’s symptoms.
  • What “in moderation” means.
  • Why fruit is essential to a healthy diet.
  • The best protein to consume.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

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