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We get a lot of questions every day about our Solving Leaky Gut Program. But one that always stands out to me is “Steve and Jordan, I don’t have Crohn’s or Celiac or Ulcerative colitis… but I just always feel terrible, can your Solving Leaky Gut Program help me too?”

This question breaks my heart.

Here’s why: essentially what people are asking is “Am I sick enough? Is taking responsibility for my health worth the time, money, and energy it’s going to take?””

But rather than tell you about what I think, let me answer everyone by introducing you to Teresa.

Teresa is a wife, mom, and elementary school teacher. For years, she suffered with the frustrating symptoms of IBS – bloating, gas, and alternating constipation and diarrhea – as well as hormonal issues, her entire adulthood.

But then, last year, Teresa took a stand against feeling bloated and gassy every time she ate, running for the bathroom, unwanted weight gain, and hormonal issues by joining Solving Leaky Gut.

And six months after starting our Solving Leaky Gut program, her IBS symptoms are a thing of the past. Her hormones are improving AND she’s lost weight effortlessly.

To everyone who thinks they aren’t “sick enough” to be ready for a program like Solving Leaky Gut – you don’t have to settle for a life of suffering. You deserve to feel great, like Teresa does now. [click to continue…]

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Family at table

“I’m hungry” may be the most well-known words to any mom or caregiver on the planet. I used to strongly dislike those words. And I do mean strongly.

Chaos, madness, stress, frustration, guilt…

Sound familiar, when trying to cook healthy meals for your whole family?

Before I finally figured out a better way, these words and emotions stuck with me, day in and day out.

And one particular moment sticks out in my mind (of which you might be able to relate to). [click to continue…]

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You know the saying “Too much of a good thing, can be a bad thing”?

It applies in so many situations – but there’s usually an exception to any rule.

And so as I write this, I’m asking myself, “Is it possible to ever have too many success stories?”

Nope, especially this day in age with all the bad news we’re being fed 24/7.

See, back when I was sick, I couldn’t get enough of success stories. After my family went to bed, I’d stay up reading.

To read about someone with similar symptoms who had overcome them infused me with peace and gave my perseverance a boost – if they could do it, I knew I could too.

Though I’ve regained my health, I still love sharing and reading success stories. I hope that stories, like this one about our friend Rebecca, can have the same impact on you as they did on me years ago.

After 25 years of digestive symptoms from Celiac disease that kept her trapped at home while her kids were growing up, Rebecca found relief after just 4 days on SCD.

5 months later, she’s continuing to improve and embrace life again after years of isolation and embarrassment.

If you’re ready to see a transformation like Rebecca did, read on below and check out our SCD Lifestyle eBook. [click to continue…]

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The year was 2003 and it was supposed to be one of the best years of my life. I had anticipated it for so long that my expectations were through the roof. This was the year I was supposed to see all my hard work pay off on the basketball court, living out my Division 1 college dream.

I can still recall the first day of practice. My emotions were high, masking what I was really feeling inside.

What I was really feeling was pain… A LOT of it.

My stomach was cramping. my legs felt like bricks. I was exhausted and my muscles were so sore I wasn’t sure how I was going to continue physically exerting myself for the next 2 hours, let alone the next 4 years.

I chalked it up to not being tip top shape, lack of sleep and nerves. I knew tomorrow would be better; it had to be.

But it wasn’t… not even close! [click to continue…]

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Imagine it’s a beautiful summer day. The sun is shining, there’s a little breeze to keep you cool, not a cloud in the sky, and you’re… sitting on the toilet.

Yep, another summer day and you’re trapped in the bathroom with diarrhea or constipation.

Summer is for enjoying the outdoors, barbecuing, and sipping a cold drink – not for suffering on the toilet.

But whether you can’t go or can’t stop going, you likely have one issue in common: dehydration.

And more time in the bathroom isn’t the only side effect of dehydration. Being dehydrated impacts every aspect of your life.

At work…

  • You might have a hard time concentrating
  • You might head to the vending machine at 2 PM (when you’re actually thirsty, not hungry!)
  • Your legs might feel restless
  • When you stand up at the end of the day, you might feel dizzy or lightheaded

At home…

  • You might be too fatigued to play with your kids
  • If you try to workout, you’ll find you get tired more quickly than usual
  • If you make it through that workout, you’ll be sore for days
  • You can sit on the couch all night – not just because you’re tired but because you never need to get up to go to the bathroom
  • You wake up in the night with charley horse cramps

And if you don’t address these signs of dehydration early on, you can experience severe reactions like heat stroke, seizures, and even comas.

If you want to support your body in healing, and feel amazing, you have to get and stay hydrated.

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