Do you know the difference between dirt and soil? Dirt is the grime on the city sidewalks. It is the grey dust in the neglected corners of your house.
Soil, on the other hand, is a living, breathing community. I live in the Pacific Northwest. I’m surrounded by large moss-covered maple trees and towering Doug firs. There is no shortage of soil that is ready to eat and transform any of the detritus that falls on the ground.
In the city, however, everything that falls on the ground just sits and rots. When it rains it just turns to slime and washes into the smelly drains.
The rain forest here (the only rain forest in the US) is a temperate jungle filled with cougars, elk, deer, birds, and tree frogs.
The city is filled with rats, pigeons, and roaches. Feeding off the leftovers, handouts, and trash.
The interesting thing about the city is that it used to be a forest, meadow, and thriving ecosystem. It was filled with native plants and animals.
If you struggle with bellyaches, digestive trouble, or low immunity your gut is like a city street.
If you’ve taken antibiotics, you’ve slashed and burned the rain forest in your belly. If you’ve taken them multiple times, you’ve leveled the ground and started pouring concrete.
If you want to break that concrete with a pick ax and return it to a lush rain forest that feeds and nourishes your body at the core, then you’ve got to get in touch with me.
It’s simple. Schedule a call with me. Right now it’s complimentary if you are serious about taking the next steps to rebuilding your gut. Let’s discuss your options and create a plan.
Because your body is worth it. In fact, if there are any other goals you’re reaching for (I know you have many) this will help you reach them. Whether it is now or later on down the road, your body has to come first. And when it doesn’t it starts to break down. The body always wins – it starts with whispers and gets louder if you ignore those peeps and pains. If you ignore it even longer those peeps turn into shouts and symptoms that you can’t ignore.
Maybe you aren’t ignoring it, but you’re at your wits end and have tried everything to no avail.
I’m interested to hear your story. I want to know what you’ve tried, what’s worked and what hasn’t. I want to know what questions you have for me. And I want to let you know honestly what possibilities lie ahead based on my expertise.
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