You’ve heard about leaky gut and the damage it can cause, but have you ever wondered just how deep its effects can go?
Did you know healing it can lead to stronger bones?
The question is, where do you start, and how can you determine if you’re affected?
Find out in this episode.
Joining us is Margaret Floyd Barry, a respected functional nutritionist and writer. We’ll put the spotlight on the gut, which she aptly describes as the “mother of the body.” Don’t miss out as we reveal actionable insights on restoring your digestive system to its optimal state.
0:00 – Episode start
1:21 – Introducing today’s guest, Margaret Floyd Barry
2:54 – Journey into nutrition and role in Restorative Wellness Solutions
5:45 – Impact of diet and nutrition on various health conditions, including bone health
9:35 – Understanding the connection between digestive issues and skin conditions like eczema
10:22 – ‘Leaky gut’ and its effects on the body’s inflammatory processes
14:00 – The importance of a robust and diverse gut microbiome
15:07 – The development of food sensitivities due to leaky gut
16:25 – The influence of the gut microbiome on hormonal health and bone-building/breaking processes.
18:11 – The significance of food sensitivity testing
19:56 – The differences between allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities
23:35 – Evaluating the various types of food sensitivity tests and their effectiveness
32:06 – The five key areas of focus for gut healing
41:48 – Addressing the misconception of needing to “kill everything” in the gut
43:32 – Dietary recommendations for gut and bone health
48:34 – Resources on food sensitivity testing and gut healing and where to find more information
You can find Margaret Floyd Barry’s resources below!
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About Margaret Flord Barry:
Margaret Floyd Barry is a functional nutritionist, writer, and real food advocate who has been on the pursuit of the most nutritious and delicious way of eating for the better part of her adult life.
Having witnessed family members suffer the devastating effects of chronic illness from a young age, Margaret has long had the desire to help others find a better way back to optimal health and well-being.
Through years of experience working with the most complex client cases, including reversing her own autoimmune condition, Margaret has established a powerful system for restoring health by addressing the root cause of illness.
Today, Margaret teaches fellow practitioners the same proven system she uses to achieve life-changing results for her clients through Restorative Wellness Solutions—a two-year comprehensive functional nutrition certification program for qualified health professionals.
With hundreds of alumni around the world, Margaret and the Restorative Wellness Solutions team are actively working to change the way health is delivered. Margaret also runs Eat Naked Kitchen, a thriving private practice that supports clients throughout North America and Europe, and is the author of Eat Naked: Unprocessed, Unpolluted and Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You, and The Naked Foods Cookbook.
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The information shared above is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical or nutrition therapy advice; it does not diagnose, treat or cure any disease, condition; it is not to be used as a replacement or substitute for medical advice provided by physicians and trained medical professionals. If you are under the care of a healthcare professional or are currently using prescription medications, you should discuss any dietary and lifestyle changes or potential dietary supplements use with your doctor. You should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting your doctor.
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