Over 50s Lifestyle Vlogcast

Gut Health – How to alleviate symptoms such as IBS & Bloating

November 19, 2020
Tummy Troubles IBS Bloating

Bloating, Irritable Bowel and inflammation can cause discomfort and at times pain. My next guest in the Conversations with Women Living Well After 50 Podcast, is Ange Sinclair, the Digestive Detective.

During our conversation, we discussed

  • Various symptoms which cause Tummy Troubles
  • Foods to eat and those foods to avoid
  • Strategies to keep your gut healthy
  • How mindful eating helps digestion
  • Why we have weight gain creep
  • How much fibre do we need?
  • Why you should have a baseline test with your doctor and what a base line test is
  • How Ange can help you and your digestive system

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Meet Ange Sinclair

Ange Sinclair, The Digestive Detective

Ange Sinclair is the Digestive Detective. As a Naturopath she helps women purge the pain, beat the bloat and get to the root causes of their digestive issues by educating and empowering them to be their own Digestive Detective. 

For the last 10 years Ange has  been actively engaged in helping the community with their digestive issues through nutrition, herbal medicine and supplementation. 

Website: www.digestivedetective.com.au

Facebook: http://wwwfacebook.com.mydigestivedetective/

Instagram: http://instagram.com/digestive_detective/

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1 Comment

  • Reply Donna Connolly November 21, 2020 at 09:32

    Hi, Sue and Ange – Thank you for sharing this very informative session. There are lots of great details here (which I truly wish that I had learned years ago).
    I highly recommend this video series to all women who want to be there best selves physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally.

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