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CONSTIPATION


Our body works in truly wonderous and amazing ways.

Our body has many different avenues of detoxification pathways such as elimination via Pooing, our lungs via breath and our skin via sweat, but due to different factors like diet and lifestyle these pathways maybe struggling to do their job.

Why is a bowel movement so important?

Not only is a bowel movement important but it’s super important to have a complete bowel movement every day, this is how we take out what the body doesn’t need; food waste, toxins, hormone by products, if this toxic waste is not removed it’s then reabsorbed back into your system, decaying in the body creating bacterial overgrows, causing leaky gut creating an inflammatory response which then goes on to effect other organs, particularly the weakest organ this could be in the way of acne, eczema, SIBO, IBS, joint pain, asthma and so much more. Inflammation drives so many chronic conditions in the body.

ALL DISEASE BEGINS IN THE GUT……. the wise words of Hippocrates.

We should be talking about poo, everyone does it, when our children are little we are constantly talking about their poo and we would never leave them for 3 or more days without having one and not be worried.

Constipation is generally a symptom for something else going on, that is why it’s a great idea to investigate with a good health practitioner so they can dive a bit deeper and find out what is causing the constipation.

Health check list

  1. Stay hydrated with at least 2 litres of water a day.

  2. Increase fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables

  3. Move your body

  4. Test, don’t guess. Invest in a health practitioner who can help with dietary and life style changes and also assist with functional testing such as a comprehensive stool analysis. This could not only save you money in the long run but get you back on track quicker.

  5. Colon hydrotherapy – This is a natural, gentle, safe and effective method to remove waste and toxins form the colon and help to elevate symptoms.

If this sounds like something you can relate to call and book your appointment today.

Kylie Dowling

Qualified Nutritionist and Qualified Colon Hydrotherapist.

Ph. 99796631

M. 0410795620

E. nutritioninsideout@outlook.com

www.nutritioninsideout.com.au

Soup for the Gut – This recipe is a base you change around the vegetables, use what you have in the fridge.

Ingredients

2 tablespoon coconut oil 2 medium onions, chopped 3 garlic cloves, chopped 2 celery sticks, washed and chopped 1 leeks, washed and sliced 1 teaspoon grated turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin powder 1 teaspoon grated ginger 1 tablespoon fresh rosemary, chopped 1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped 2 carrots, washed and cubed 2 bay leaves 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 2 cups cooked free range chicken, shredded 2 L bone broth (go to www.nutritioninsideout.com.au for recipe) 1 cup pumpkin, peeled and cubed 3 cup green kale, de-stemmed and chopped 500g zucchini noodles Olive oil or other good quality oil to serve Handful of fresh flat leaf parsley, chopped

Instructions

  1. In a large pot, heat coconut oil over medium heat, and sauté the chopped onions, garlic, celery, leek and all the dry spices and herbs until fragrant and translucent

  2. Add carrots and cook for a further 5 minutes, stirring occasionally

  3. Add bay leaves, vinegar, bone broth or water, chicken and pumpkin, cook on medium until pumpkin and other vegetables have softened, about 35 minutes.

  4. Now add the chopped green leaves and noodles and cook for a further 3 - 5 minutes until tender

  5. Serve with a drizzle of oil such as UDO’S Choice and fresh chopped parsley.


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