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Nov 30, 2023

Reset Your Gut in 5 Days: A Medical Doctor’s Step-by-Step Protocol to Transform Your Health

Do you want to reset your health?

Are you ready for more energy and better overall health?

Do you want to start seeing results in 5 days ...  (or less)?

In today’s episode, Mel is joined by double-board certified Dr. Amy Shah for Part 2 of her masterclass on how to optimize your gut health.

Dr. Amy, a medical doctor trained at Harvard, Cornell, and Columbia University, is an immunologist and leading expert in women’s hormonal health and nutrition.

She’s giving you her proven 5-step method to heal inflammation, reset your natural hormone balance, and heal food sensitivities.

Learn how to use the power of your gut microbes to help digestion, gain mental clarity, and decrease your stress levels.
Podcast Guest: Dr. Amy Shah

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