Rebuild Your Gut, Rebuild Your Life
Cooking and Eating for the Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Did you know that 70-80% of your immune function lies in your digestive system? When it doesn't function properly, we are open to chronic illness. In this 4 week course, you'll learn how to restore balance to gut bacteria and re-set your microbiome, or the sum total of all the microbes that live in and on our bodies.
If you have gas or bloating, constipation or diarrhea, acid reflux, low energy, weight problems, mood and energy swings, food allergies, skin problems, or a chronic illness, you may need to rebuild your gut.
You'll learn what foods support a healthy digestive system, what foods throw it out of balance, receive extensive recipe booklets for delicious meals, and gain support for dealing with food cravings.
Learn about healthy fats, proteins and carbohydrates to fuel your good health and busy lifestyle. Taught by Linda Hoffman, owner of Come Back to the Table, with input from Christy Thiel, Master Nutrition Therapist.
Cost is $175 for all 4 classes. Includes a potluck dinner each week that fits the guidelines of the class, but first dinner is on me. All classes are held from 6-8 pm, at 2700 Brookwood Drive in Fort Collins. (new location!)
Class participants have experienced relief from digestive symptoms, some have lost weight, many experience a general feeling of improved well-being. Everyone has had fun! While the class is not intended to diagnose or treat illness, it does help people learn how to eat more healthfully, leading to overall better health.
Mondays, April 2, 9, 16, and 23 from 6-8 pm.
To reserve your space today call: Linda Hoffman at 970-407-8828. Class size is limited, but invite a friend to take the class with you!
Results from the class in January:
One man lost his sugar cravings after the first week. A woman experienced relief from acid reflux. Another woman found relief from chronic headaches, regained her energy and vitality, thrilled after a 2017 full of repeated infections and illness.
The February class taught participants to read labels with an eye to better health and changes in shopping habits.