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Digestion Basics 101

8 Modules 10 Lessons Easy

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Digestion Basics 101 

It's been a long time since you learnt about the digestive system.  If you suffer from any digestive issues you have a much better chance of being able to help your digestion if you know where to look.  In this course you will learn the organs and what they do and how you can best take care of them to become your own Digestive Detective.

Course Structure

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Day 1 Welcome

Welcome and Thanks for joining me on this digestive adventure!

Don't forget to come and join me in the FaceBook group.

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2 Lessons

Day 2 The Mouth and Oesophagus

The mouth and the oesophagus are often overlooked when it comes to digestive health.  You will see how important your oral health and chewing are to your digestive system.

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Day 3 The Stomach

Stomach acid is one of the most important ingredients for digestion. So many of us are deficient in it so in this module you learn what you can do to improve your stomach acid so you can break down foods easier for better digestion.

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Day 4 The Vagus Nerve

The vagus nerve connects our gut to our brain and exchanges information to all organs of digestion.  It is imperative that it is working efficiently or your digestion will suffer.  In this lesson you will learn what you can do to strengthen and tone your vagus nerve.

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Day 5 Small Intestines, Colon and Appendix

In todays lesson you will learn that these organs are the absorbers of nutrients and the eliminators of waste and it is essential for our health that these organs work efficiently.  

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Day 6 Pancreas, Gallbladder and Liver

In todays lesson we will learn why these organs are so important t the smooth running of our digestive system. It is essential that all these organs work together to give us the best digestion.

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