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Make Friends with Your Gut with GAPS

Sheila Shea

For those who suffer from intestinal discomfort, stress and emotional eating, the Intestinal Health Institute holds a monthly Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) group. The next group will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m., May 27.

Based on the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome, diet and program by neurologist and nutritionist Natasha Campbell-McBride, M.D., GAPS establishes a connection between the state of the gut and the health of the rest of the body. 

“Forming community with others in our health endeavors enhances our ability to succeed, to get well,” says Sheila Shea, facilitator of the group. “The group allows others to come together, share with and learn from each other.” Shea is a certified GAPS practitioner and offers private consultations.

Location: Central Ft Lowell/Columbus area. Exact address, parking and directions sent with RSVP. For more information, call 520-325-9686, email [email protected] or visit IntestinalHealthInstitute.com. See ad, page 28.

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