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Do you sometimes worry about your gastrointestinal health? How about Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Crohn’s disease, leaky gut, gut pain, diarrhoea, indigestion, constipation, heartburn, obesity. The list goes on…………

And how about stress? Stress can drive and intensify gastrointestinal issues. Our gut health is impacted by stress and poor gut health impacts our performance, This is equally true for your employees’ productivity. Besides the, difficulty of evaluating the cost of poor productivity, employers are faced with the unexposed costs of absenteeism and presenteeism.

It’s no secret that nearly 40% of adults suffer from gastrointestinal disorders. Nearly 40% of Adults Suffer From a Functional Gastrointestinal Disorder (hcplive.com).

Many gastrointestinal diseases can be prevented or minimized by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and practicing good bowel habits. I know this, first hand, because when I was diagnosed with Crohns disease, I was told “We don’t know what causes Crohns, there is no cure and you just have to live with it for the rest of your life”. Well, I have managed to reverse my Crohns and without chronic medication.

How did I accomplish this? Better lifestyle habits and regular visits to a well-trained, registered Therapeutic reflexologist. (Incidentally, I was studying Therapeutic Reflexology at that time and that’s my profession now. No other therapy can do what Therapeutic Reflexology does.

If you have questions you’d like to ask, reply to this post anytime. Don’t worry about being too simple or too complex. We’ll figure it out. arthur@lifetimehealth.co.za  

I’m about Simple| Flexible |Sustainable – not about doing ALL THINGS RIGHT ALL THE TIME (Because that’s impossible.) My aim is to give you a fulfilling, fun and liberating experience, so you can manage your wellness with ease. It will be my privilege to help you get the results you want, with ease.

“Don’t tie yourself to your history. Tie yourself to your potential.”

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