Your Gut Health is Completely Fixable – with Esther Blum

Your gut is the foundation of your health and needs to be properly cared for. But let’s face it, this can be hard to do! Many people may not even know where to start, or may even think it’s too late to get started on a path to better gut health.

In this episode, author and dietitian Esther Blum assures us that your gut health is fixable and necessary, no matter your starting point.

We answer these questions:

Why is gut health such a key issue for women?

How does diet factor into gut health?

The best food for building great gut integrity!

What is the elemental diet?


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Esther is a 4x Bestselling Author, Integrative Dietitian and High-Performance Coach, who has helped thousands of women permanently treat the root cause of their health struggles and find joy in their lives once again. She is a widely respected industry expert and the bestselling author of the books Cavewomen Don’t Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. She was voted Best Nutritionist by Manhattan Magazine and has appeared on Today, Dr. Oz, A Healthy You with Carol Alt, The ISAAC show, ABC-TV, FOX- 5’s Good Day NY, and Fox News Live.

She is an in-demand authority frequently quoted in E!Online, InTouch, Time Magazine, The New York Post, The Los Angeles Times, In Style, Bazaar, Self, Fitness, Marie Claire, and Cosmo.

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