Bloating, Reflux, Gas – Nutrition to the Rescue!

I see many clients in my clinical practice who suffer from bloating, refluxgas, stomach pain, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea or a combination of the above.

The age of onset is getting younger and younger. In fact, teenagers are one of the fastest growing demographic for drugs such as Nexium® and antacids (Tums®), which is quite worrisome.

Personalized Nutrition – Get Relief From Bloating, Reflux, Gas

The great news is that I have had a lot of success working with clients of all ages to help relieve these symptoms, feel better, and join the healthy food revolution.

This is accomplished by following a personalized nutrition makeover. This may include different approaches in an attempt to identify food-related triggers and sensitivities, reducing inflammation and underlying causes (affects intestinal permeability). Embracing a whole new world of wholesome and diverse foods will help you feel better. One thing many clients have in common when they leave the first appointment is the feeling of excitement!!!

Personalized Therapeutic Diet Options and Successful Approaches

The food that we eat can be the single most powerful change in our lifestyle to improve chronic health symptoms.

There are dozens of diets popularized in the media but the fact is that one size doesn’t fit all. You may be unaware of the many different options and nutritional strategies.

The following are some examples of successful approaches and therapeutic diets which may be personalized:

  1. Fodmap
  2. Specific Carbohydrate Diet
  3. Gaps Diet
  4. Elimination Diet
  5. Restorative Diet and many more…

The successful approach needs to be:

  1. Personalized and customized
  2. Sustainable and flexible
  3. Easy to follow with implementation
  4. Restorative and healing

Get to know me by visiting my website,,  and reading  testimonials from many  happy clients.

If you are ready to invest in and improve your health, contact Marsha to book a consultation.
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Contact Me:

Marsha Fenwick
Phone:  416 820 8017