Gut health has created a stir recently as ever increasing evidence supports the need to improve your bodies. Experts are starting to turn to probiotic foods as a way to support the immune system and increase the healthy bacteria in our bodies.
But did you know that the stomach is also dubbed the bodies “second brain”?
Kirsty, the founder of Kultured Wellness, shares her story on why researching gut health was a priority after her son was diagnosed with Autism.
For as long as she could remember she had health problems. But it wasn’t until she became a mum that she realised that something much more serious was going on. Feeling “not quite right” had bigger consequences than she had ever thought possible. When her young children became very ill she was determined to do anything she could to change the course of their lives.
Find out how she started Kultured Wellness and listen to this I am SHE podcast as she discussed the importance of wellness of the family.
Be inspired by how Kirsty took responsibility for her family’s wellness and created a thriving business helping others discover the benefits of gut health.
“My philosophy is simple: we need to accept the cards we have been dealt and then take responsibility for our own health and that of the next generation. It’s about making sure that we don’t continue to hand down these health issues that could be stopped now.” –Kirsty from Kultured Wellness
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