Gas, Bloating, Farts

Monday, 11 April 2022
07:00 PM EDT

Live Class Session has ended now.

Registration closes when the session begins. A recording will be sent to everyone who registers!









Here's what you'll learn:

The relationship between gas and bloating is not what you think it is 🤯
Gas in the digestive tract is highly homeostatically regulated ⚖️
We’ll touch on the ins and outs of farting and belching 💨
Review of alarm signs, when to refer 🛑
Why we may be wrong to think of IBS as a functional disorder 😲
How to support clients who have gas, bloating and/or IBS, including diets to try in folks with IBS (hint: Low-FODMAP is not always the answer), herbs to consider (hint: bitteeeeeeerrs and more), and other tips/tools. 🌿 

If you are in the noon Monday Mentoring group, check your weekly email for your discount code. 5 pm and 7 pm Monday Mentoring folks, this is included in your membership. No need to register!

Meet Camille Freeman, LDN, RH (she/her)

Welcome to the GI Deep Dive series! After being in practice as a licensed nutritionist and registered herbalist for 15+ years, I can vouch for how closely GI health ties into virtually every other system in the body. My practice focuses on fertility and menstrual health; as you can imagine, the GI system plays a big role in maintaining optimal fertility.

In addition to my clinical work, I also serve as a mentor, offering community and continuing education for highly-trained herbalists and nutritionists. I’m also a professor at MUIH, where I teach physiology and pathophysiology in the Department of Nutrition and Herbal Medicine.

Teaching about how the human body works is one of my very favorite things. I can't wait to share more information with you. 


This one-hour workshop includes access to the live session, a recording, and any notes and/or resources provided by the instructor. You can also sign up for the entire 2022 GI Deep Dive series, which gives you discounted access to all 12 classes and quizzes to earn certificates of attendance for CEU purposes.