My Journey with Leaky Gut, How I Healed : Episode 50

by | Mar 4, 2020 | Cycle Signs + PMS, Food + Nutrition, Gluten Free, Well Woman Podcast | 0 comments


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Gut health, it’s currently one of the most talked about health topics world wide so it’s no wonder I get asked many questions about both gut health in general and my personal journey with Leaky Gut. To celebrate 50 episodes of the Well Woman Podcast I thought what better time to share more about my story on how I got into the health industry and my journey of healing through Leaky Gut.

Inside this episode I share some of the simple steps that I followed, what I did, why I did it and how it supported me and my healing at the time. Plus I share a couple of things I’d do different now if I had my time over again.

Enjoy!

 

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In this episode we chat about:

    • How I discovered I had leaky gut in 2012
    • My 12 month healing journey and what I did
    • How my lifestyle effected my gut health
    • The 5 simple steps I follow to supporting gut health today
    • Products that I use on a daily basis to longingly support gut health
    • Some of the lessons I learnt along the way
    • A few insights into my journey to becoming a coach

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Discover the Probiotics I use and recommend me, the first ones that actually worked for me, here. And this is the multivitamin I choose to use.

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Thank you so much for tuning in to every episode of The Well Woman Podcast.

I trust you enjoyed this episode as much as wedid, if you got a lot out of this too, please subscribe and leave a 5 star review on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud or on your Podcast app. This means together we can inspire, connect and educate even more women.

Have a bestie, sister, friend, mum or aunt who you know may be frustrated and confused with their health? Are they ready to discover new aspects of themselves too? Take a photo or a screen shot and share this podcast episode via  social media, email it, text it or anyway you need to get it to their ears and eyes. Doing so takes us that one step closer to collectively living in flow, harmony and balance with our bodies. Be sure to tag me in it too on Instagram here @wellsome_jemalee and hashtag, #WellWomanPodcast

Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.

         Jema Lee

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Australian Menstrual Cycle Coach Jema Lee

I’m Jema Lee

A day time mermaid, full time human who lives in yoga tights who spends my days hanging out inside the Well Woman Academy. My mission? To guide women to discover their cycles, love their bodies and end patriarchal period tabooness.


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