Replenishing & Nurturing Your Gut

Integrative Therapies Presentation

Wednesday, November 14 6:00PM


o you realize that the environment (flora) of your gut influences not only

how we break down the foods and medicines we consume, but also impacts our overall health? Poor health condi- tions, such as diabetes, obesity, Inflam- matory Bowel Disease, hormonal imbal- ances, mental health, autoimmune dis- eases, allergies and asthma, can be traced to the balance of one’s gut flora.

Trillions of microorganisms that reside

in the gut form an ecological community - a microbiome. When properly balanced, this microbiome consists of microorgan- isms that are in symbiotic, pathogenic or commensal relationships. This in turn creates an environment that contributes to optimal health. However, the choices of foods and drinks we consume have a major influence on the composition of the gut biome, both in the short and long term. The gut flora imbalance created through dietary selections predisposes us to not only temporary, but also long-term poor health conditions.

Please join Joyce Eury, RD, LDN for

a presentation and discussion as to how diet impacts your health. It will include information on replenishing and nurturing an already compromised gut flora. Also, learn about particular foods that are help- ful in creating and maintaining a healthy balance for your microbiome. Joyce is a licensed nutritionist, and certified as a Life Style Eating and Performance (LEAP) therapist, specializing in food sensitivities/ intolerances.

To register for this class on Wednesday, November 14 at 6:00 pm, please call (336) 294-0910. Integrative Therapies is located at 7E Oak Branch Drive in Greensboro. A $15 fee will secure your place at the pre- sentation. See ad on page 7.

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