An unhappy gut makes for a disrupted life. For example, it’s really hard to make plans when you don’t know how bloated you’re going to be on the day. Digestive problems stop you thinking straight, exercising regularly, dining out with friends, fostering relationships, being intimate, buying clothes….
Explaining about the more personal details of your gut gripes with others isn’t easy and can leave you feeling embarrassed, humiliated or even shamed at times. You might feel that you’re always letting people down at the last minute which compromises your personal values because you know you’re a fun loving, spontaneous and reliable person at heart.
When your gut is out of balance, life seems chaotic and feels unsafe, and it’s not much fun.
You know you’re a better person than your digestive problems allow you to be. You have lots to offer the world and you shouldn’t have to suffer like this, nor be relying on medication with horrible side effects just to get you through the day.
I totally get it. Health is your birthright and no-one should have to experience the discomfort, uncertainty and confusion that poor gut health creates. But how do you know what to do for the best?
Well, my name is Katherine Brooke-MacKenzie and I’ve been helping bowels with people problems for over twenty years. I know, you think I’ve got that around the wrong way, but actually, when we do right by our gut it does right by us.
My approach for your gut health is to keep advice and recommendations as aligned with your highest natural expression as possible. I believe that bodies know how to heal and it’s my job to guide you to the right ingredients, and the right environment for that to happen. A natural health service is the way.