Is your gut making you fat?

Do you have a friend or relative who is suffering with ‘gut issues’. Or are you the ‘victim’ of a problematic gut, and there seems to be no way to get it right?

Only a person living with gut issues, knows the pain and daily living difficulties this causes. Aside from easing pain and making life easier, regaining gut health has effects beyond the physical. It is now being claimed that gut issues may affect wellbeing to the point of causing anxiety and depression.

Lee Holmes  tells us that path to a healthy and long life is to consume a variety of wholefoods, antioxidants, the right types of fats, and to reduce our intake of refined foods. And the keys to feeling younger are the everyday ‘super foods’, including garlic, turmeric, green veggies and herbs – available at the supermarket. So if healthy longevity is your goal, then be at Lee’s Perth workshop.

Aside from supporting your gut health, the sheer joy of feeling years younger through acting on Lee’s advice will be a major reward for anyone who decides to follow her lead.

You can be confident in the advice Lee offers.  She is a holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, wholefoods chef, Lifestyle Food Channel’s Healthy Eating Expert and author of the best-selling books – Supercharged Food: Eat Your Way to HealthSupercharged Food: Eat Yourself BeautifulEat Clean, Green and VegetarianHeal your Gut, Eat Right for Your Shape and Supercharged Food for Kids. And her latest book is Fast Your Way to Wellness.

Lee also runs a four-week online Heal Your Gut program. She is a columnist with Wellbeing and Danny Seo’s Naturally magazine and TV show on NBC, has appeared on Shark Tank and is a regular on ABC Radio. Her articles have appeared in leading Australian newspapers and journals, as well as The Times and The Telegraph, The Daily Express in the UK and The Huffington Post in the US.

Lee’s blog won the overall award at the Bupa Health Influencer Awards in 2013 as well as the best blog in the Healthy Eating Category.

You can find Lee blogging over at a website which encourages S.O.L.E food: sustainable, organic, local and ethical. It features delicious recipes, information, news, reviews and menu planning ideas to make it easy for people to enjoy a satisfying, wholesome and nourishing diet.