If you have a gluten belly that is bloated, achy, and out of sorts, you may be experiencing what is known as intestinal permeability or leaky gut. In my 7-day Heal Your Gut Challenge, I’ll help you discover the root cause of your gluten belly and teach you my tricks and tips for healing your gluten belly once and for all. This challenge is not a substitute for medical advice. Please see my disclosures.
If you’re suffering from gluten belly, which includes a slew of gut ailments such as painful bloating, embarrassing gas, acid reflux, and chronic stomach aches, you may have what is known as gluten belly.
As Hippocrates, the Father of Modern Medicine, once wrote, “All disease begins in the gut.” And when the gut is out of sorts, the body becomes ripe for disease.
Unfortunately, gluten may be the source – or root cause contributor – of gluten belly. In fact, gluten has been proven to cause inflammation in all humans who eat it, and a groundbreaking 2022 study showed that the gluten-free diet can ameliorate or lessen the symptoms associated with a large number of autoimmune disorders.
Healing Your Gluten Belly
The good news is that the human body knows how to heal itself if given the chance. Once you take your foot off the gas, you can repair and heal your gut.
I’ve spent years studying gut health as a certified gluten-free practitioner and certified integrative nutrition coach. I also have celiac disease and uniquely understand how the gut impacts whole body health. I once experienced painful bloating that caused my otherwise flat tummy to look like this:
To help you improve your gut health, I created a free challenge called the Heal Your Gut Challenge. The challenge includes daily emails that share my tips for improving your gut health. I discuss everything from gluten to probiotics to sugar and stress to food sensitivities and more, and how all these factors contribute to poor gut health outcomes, including intestinal permeability or leaky gut.
Each and every challenge will help you put your gluten belly symptoms into remission and allow you to finally overcome your chronic fill-in-the-blank ailments.
What People Say about the Challenge
Don’t take my word for it. Here’s what people have said after taking my free Heal Your Gut Challenge:
I think that all of the information that you share covers most of the things we all need to understand. The way you broke it down made it much easier to take all of this in. Thank you for helping make this journey a bit easier. I really appreciated the support. – Denise K. (Heal Your Gut Challenge student)
This challenge was very helpful. It gave me the information I needed to get started on the right path to better health. I appreciate you sharing your experience and putting it out there to help others who have been diagnosed. – Niecy T. (Heal Your Gut Challenge student)
I have been gluten-free for about 30 years but I still found your challenge great. What I found to my advantage was going sugar-free, which I hadn’t done before. I will be staying sugar-free at this stage because I’m feeling the best I have in a long time. – Libby (Heal Your Gut Challenge student)
I very much enjoyed the advice I received from your 7 day challenge. I have been gluten-free for over two years now and feel like a new person in so many ways… thank you so much for your insight into healing my gut, even after cutting out gluten and now also dairy. You have given me so much to think about in the healing process. – Sherry D. (Heal Your Gut Challenge student)
How the Heal Your Gut Challenge Works
Sign-Up: Sign up for the free challenge by entering your information here. It’s free. Anyone can take the challenge no matter where you are on your healing journey.
Read Each Email: Every day for the next seven days, you’ll receive one email from me with information about a specific challenge you can implement to restore your gut health and get rid of your bloated gluten belly.
Each challenge will build on the previous challenge, and the challenge will lead you towards your final destination of a happy, healthy gut – fingers crossed!
TIP: If you don’t get a welcome email from me, please check your spam folder and then add me to your safe contact list. This will ensure you get all future emails from me.
Take Each Email to Heart: Some of the challenges will be easy, and others will be hard. Do one at a time and don’t give up. If one challenge doesn’t work for you or you’re not ready to do it, don’t do it or wait to do it another day. Please don’t scrap the entire challenge if one of the exercises doesn’t sit right with you.
Remember, each challenge will bring you closer to healing your gut, but don’t cancel the whole challenge if you’re not ready to tackle one of the challenges. Even a little gut work will help you improve your gut and overall health. It’s not an all-or-nothing challenge.
When Will My Gluten Gut Feel Better?
Many people feel better right away, but each person is different and some may need to tackle their gut health from a variety of angles to find relief.
You might find going gluten free to be the biggest gut healer for you, while others may find instant relief when they repopulate their gut with beneficial bacteria or remove dairy from their diets Some will need to implement several challenges – or even the entire challenge – to find relief.
At the end of the challenge, I encourage you to continue to work on your gut health, imaging what your life would look like without chronic gut issues.
Can a healed gut improve your love and sex life? Will you feel more confident in your clothes? Will your skin rashes and acne clear up? Does that embarrassing gas disappear once and for all? The possibilities are endless once you mind your gut and work towards healing your body.