Real food to improve your gut

Want Better Gut Health?

Do you want to improve your gut health? We may have just the competition for you

Starting out on a new wellness plan can be daunting. So it’s always great if you can team up with a friend and keep each other motivated. Keeping this in mind, we have teamed up with two of our friends to bring you and a pal a chance to win a complete gut health reset this spring.

Sadie’s Kitchen and The Happy Gut Clinic are offering you the chance to change your health on a private six week Eat Yourself Happy nutritional-based health and gut healing course.

After an initial assessment with The Happy Gut Clinic, each week will focus on a new health topic. Including how to boost your immune system; how to read food labels; and balancing hormones naturally. Using the principles of functional medicine of root cause resolution, The Happy Gut Clinic aims to restore balance and harmony to all your body’s systems.

The winner will pick up lots of insider tips from the clinic’s qualified and experienced nutritional therapists. One of which is the benefits of bone broth. Bone broth is a natural healing agent that works on many different levels. Not least of which is a tasty hot drink that is both restorative and satisfying. The team of Sadie’s Kitchen will make sure that you are fully stocked with their delicious Comforting Chicken Bone Broth throughout your programme.

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Terms & Conditions

The Fine Print

  1. Booking required. Please call Antoinette 086 7355442
  2. Non Transferable.
  3. Offer cannot be exchanged for cash value.
  4. Limited to one competition winner.
  5. You may be asked to provide a testimonial on completion.
  6. Must be completed in 6 consecutive weeks.
  7. Course times and dates are to be agreed and limited to maximum 1 hour per week.
  8. Course may be in clinic in Portrane, North County Dublin or by Skype.
  9. Latest booking date and expiry date 2nd April 2018.
  10. Under 18’s to be accompanied by adult.
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