Is your diet making you sick? For most people, the answer to that question is YES! The good news is that it doesn't have to be that way.
Most people who eat the typical American diet don't realize how good they could feel because they've never experienced optimal health. From an early age, they consume foods that their bodies simply can't handle. That's where inflammation begins. Over time, they are diagnosed with conditions such as lupus, irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, and so forth. Those diagnoses, however, are little more than classifications of the symptoms, not the root cause.
Dani Williamson understands the problem because her journey toward optimal health began with similar "conditions." Having been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome in 1985, she suffered for over 20 years with symptoms and was eventually diagnosed with lupus at the age of 30.
No one ever asked her about her diet. No one ever asked if she had any food sensitivities. She continued with eating a standard American diet as her symptoms progressed and, as a result, the number of prescriptions to treat the symptoms of her conditions increased as well. It wasn’t until she began practicing integrative medicine that she was educated on the importance of healing the gut. Her story of healing is an inspiration and source of hope to her patients.
This course is your first step toward optimal health and a quality of life you never imagined was possible!
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A graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, Dani, incorporates the art of medicine by balancing traditional and integrative therapies. Dani encourages her patients to step out of the realm of “normal” and reach “optimal” health.
Having been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome in 1985, she suffered for over 20 years with symptoms and was eventually diagnosed with lupus at the age of 30. Having never been asked what her her diet consisted of and if she knew her food sensitivities by any of the multiple MD’s she had been under the care of. She continued with eating a standard American diet as her symptoms progressed and prescriptions to treat the symptoms of her conditions did as well. It wasn’t until she began practicing Integrative Medicine in her first job after graduating nurse practitioner school that she was educated on the importance of healing the gut. Her story of healing is an inspiration and source of hope to her patients.