TV – Digestion: The Biggest Driver Behind Your Health Issues – Lizzie Ens

TV – Digestion: The Biggest Driver Behind Your Health Issues – Lizzie Ens

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May 27, 2023 by *I’m Not Fine - Lizzie Ens

I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens

Have you heard the term, the gut is your second brain? This is true and why taking care of your gut and digestion are so important for optimal health to fight or prevent diseases. Over 70% of diseases begin in the gut but the good news is the gut lining can regenerate itself every 3 to 5 days if you give it what it needs to do so.

If you could learn how to help your gut heal, reduce your bloat, get rid of the stubborn belly fat and inflammation for good, would you do it? It’s not always about the fancy supplements and special diets, rather it’s about learning some simple things you can bring into your diet that make the biggest difference.

In this show of I’m Not Fine, Lizzie Ens Functional Nutrition Practitioner will share how vital it is to take care of your gut everyday and how your gut affects your entire body. Tune in to learn some very basic but strategic tools Lizzie will be giving you to start applying right away for a better gut in just a few short days.

~ More About I’m Not Fine with Lizzie Ens ~ 

Lizzie Ens Is the Founder of UnDiet Yourself, a Board Certified Functional Nutrition Practitioner, Personal trainer, Author of Escaping My Reflection, Speaker, Radio/TV & Podcast Host. 

Lizzie Ens, is a former Amish girl who chose to jump for a better life and future at the age of 19 leaving everything she knew up until then; her entire community and family behind. Lizzie is now on a mission to make an impact by helping people get more energy, get better sleep and rebalance their hormones by focusing on whole body healing so their body can function at its best and take them from feeling just fine to feeling amazing.

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