Wednesday 16 October 2019

Real Health Podcast: Everything you need to know about your gut health

Karl Henry with this weeks guest, Frances Flannery, aka Your Gut Friend
Karl Henry with this weeks guest, Frances Flannery, aka Your Gut Friend
Karl Henry

Karl Henry

Gut health is everything to do with your bowel and its healthy functioning is a vital part of your daily life.

Frances Flannery, aka Your Gut Friend, is a gut health specialist and continuing our health masterclass series, she joins me on this week’s Real Health podcast.

Bloating, constipation, these are issues people don’t like to talk about, but Frances has some great professional insights and advice to make sure your gut health is functioning as it should.

You’ll find out the importance of natural foods, probiotics, food intolerance testing and the link between mental health problems and your gut.

Plus, Frances has some great tips on improvements you can make to your diet and lifestyle that will get everything moving in the right way!

The Real Health podcast with Karl Henry in association with Laya Healthcare.

Keep sending your questions in to me via email or contact Karl on Twitter and Instagram @karlhenryPT.

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To celebrate our 1 millionth listen and a year of The Real Health podcast, we would love to get your feedback on the podcast and listen to your suggestions.

As a big thank you for your support, we will have some great prizes to give away including a Fitbit and signed copies of my Healthy Living Handbooks.

Winners will be selected at random from people who complete the survey.

Looking forward to many more podcasts and hearing your suggestions!

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