Protecting and Restoring the Gut with Naturopath Dr. Joseph Klassen


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In this episode host Lindsey Parsons talks with naturopath Dr. Joseph Klassen of Fish Creek Naturopathic Medicine from Calgary, Albert, Canada. They discuss the importance of bile and the appendix in the digestive process, healthy oils, food sensitivities (testing for them, most common ones and their interaction with autoimmunity), the importance of butyrate in a healthy gut, the interaction between hormones and the gut, colon hydrotherapy, gut cleansing protocols, how to rebuild a healthy gut after antimicrobials and the reason we use herbs in food.

You can find more information on your host, Lindsey Parsons, EdD, Certified Health Coach, at High Desert Health in Tucson, Arizona. Lindsey coaches clients locally and nationwide on improving autoimmune, thyroid and digestive issues naturally and in losing weight without cutting or counting calories so that they can keep it off for life. Her most recent client reversed her type 2 diabetes in 90 days (from an A1C of 6.6 to 5.7), dropped 41 points off of her LDL (bad) cholesterol, brought her triglycerides from 168 to 69 and lost 14 pounds. You can also follow Lindsey’s High Desert Health page on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.


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