Free Event — Gut Health: The Inside Story

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Thrive Community Health | 0 comments

Free Event — Gut Health: The Inside Story

Do you suffer from chronically low energy, digestive issues such as bloating after meals, diarrhea, nausea, seasonal allergies or asthma, food sensitivities, chronic infections, auto-immune disease, frequent mood changes or hormonal imbalances? These are just a few of the symptoms associated with leaky gut.

Taken out of context of the whole body and treated individually, symptoms continue to spring up like a proverbial ‘leaky’ boat, leaving you feeling more tired, more bloated, and hopeless. That’s the bad news. Fortunately, the good news is to heal a leaky gut you need to look no further then your garden or natural foods section at the grocery store.

Please join us for an introduction to gut health with expert nutritionist Monica Corrado to help you better understand the causes of leaky gut and navigate the dietary shifts necessary to heal.

Thrive Learning Center

Tuesday, October 18th

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Please pre-register for this FREE EVENT:

Register Here


About Monica Corrado:

unknown-1Monica Corrado, MA, CNC, is a traditional food chef, holistic Certified Nutritional Consultant, member of the Honorary Board of the Weston A. Price Foundation, and a professional member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants. She is also an adjunct professor teaching traditional foods preparation in the Masters of Science in Nutrition and Integrated Health at Maryland University of Integrative Health in Columbia, MD and teaches traditional foods at the Farm-to-Table Culinary Academy at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, CO.

Addressing issues from ADD/ADHD, Aspergers, allergies, fertility issues and those who simply feel stuck and cannot find relief from symptoms, Monica has developed groundbreaking cooking classes on the GAPSTM healing protocols.  Her intuitive insight and nutritional expertise often provides the missing piece for a client’s journey to well being. Involved in the sustainable and local food revolution through education for over a decade it is her joy to help people see the connection between nourishing food and good health.

Monica’s first book was published November 2011, with Love from Grandmother’s Kitchen: Traditional Cooking Techniques for Well-Being. You can learn more about Monica at

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