Live Presentation – The 3 Body Systems Hold the Key to Painless Poops

by Steven Wright

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From Donna “Guys, I’ve been doing SCD for over a year now and I’m sick of not getting any better.  I still have PMS, hair falling out and energy problems.  I’m starting to think this diet is a waste of time.  What else do I need to do?”

If you’re frustrated because your health isn’t amazing, even though you’ve been eating special foods, taking lots of supplements, and getting tests… then come join us for a free presentation on why healing the digestive tract is never about only the GI tract.

We were wrong about this once too.

Stuck in a sorta symptom free life, experiencing the occasional flare ups or setbacks until we got sick of it. We launched into a frenzy of crazy supplement protocols, multiple health consultants and finally into functional medicine training programs.

Now on the other side of this adventure, we want to share what most Functional Medicine Practitioners know about the root cause of chronic illness (and how we finally got out of that sorta healthy grey zone).

That’s why we’re excited to give you a free presentation about how the feeling of high energy, clear skin, and a rock solid gut is tied to the 3 main body systems.

The 3 Body Systems are:

  • The Hormonal Axis (Adrenal Fatigue, Sex Hormones, and The Brain)
  • The GI tract (mouth to anus)
  • The Detoxification pathways (Liver and Brain)

The reason so many of us never achieve the level of health we crave is tied to the relationship between these three critical body systems.

Which is so frustrating… because sometimes the GI tract isn’t the real problem making you sick.

This is why many of us with stomach problems end up with low libido, infertility, anxiety, and depression.  And we’re going to dive into this in detail next week together:

Free presentation: “3 Body Systems Hold the Key To Painless Poops”

Jordan and I look forward to have you join us on Tuesday afternoon.

If you’re curious about finding the root cause of your chronic health problems, we’d like to show you how you’d do it.

– Steve

P.S. – This presentation won’t be recorded, so please make sure to attend.  Here’s the link to register and claim your spot:

http://scdlifestyle.com/register-for-the-presentation/

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About the author

Steven Wright Steve Wright is a health engineer and author. In 2009, he reached a breaking point when IBS took over his life and the doctors didn't know how to help. Since then, he has transformed his health and started SCDLifestyle.com to help others naturally heal stomach problems. You can check out his story here and find him on Google+, Facebook or Twitter.

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Justin August 1, 2013 at 11:41 am

Looking forward to it! I hope you guys include some content about “how” to fix some of the issues from the “hormonal axis” and “Detox axis”. I’ve seen lots on what to do digestively and even what to test for on the hormone axis. What I havent seen is implementing the fix/recovery/etc. e.g. Adrenal fatigue. I know a lot of these are specialized to the indidual (e.g. low cortisol or low DHEA = different things) but it would be nice to have your suggestions on the natural, pharma-free, approach to some of these other body systems.

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Jay August 3, 2013 at 11:46 am

My toughest symptom for the last two years has been feeling awful AFTER a bowel movement. Even if I’m having a good day with hardly any symptoms, once I have a BM I immediately feel terrible afterwards with bloating, cramping, gurgling and gas for hours and hours. Sometimes it doesn’t stop until I go to bed. This has stumped everyone I’ve talked to and has not seemed to make any difference with any diet I’ve tried.

It’s a shame that this is 2pm on a Tuesday. I will have to miss this due to my work day.

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Lindsey August 5, 2013 at 5:21 pm

Hi,
I am bummed that this won’t be recorded. I work during the airing times. If you do decided to offer it via email…please please include me! I have Crohns Disease and had surgery on 3/15/13 for a colostomy.

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Carrie August 17, 2013 at 3:27 am

What resources covering the same information do you suggest for those who were unable to attend or not aware of this live presentation?

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