Success Story: Jen & IBS
I’m excited to share Jennifer Browne’s story with you all today! Check it out:
I can only describe my plant-based diet as the difference between being incredibly sick, and being vivaciously healthy. That was literally the difference this diet has made to my life. Sparked by reading Alicia Silverstone’s The Kind Diet, my transformation from a sick girl struggling to cope with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) to one who looked and felt radiant and pain-free took exactly six days.
That’s it. I gave up meat, dairy, processed food and sugar for six days, and felt the best I could ever remember feeling. When something changes your life so profoundly for the better, there is no way you can’t share it, shout it from the rooftops, and/or beg people to try it, too.
So I wrote a book! Happy Healthy Gut is my food bible. It encompasses everything I’ve learned and researched and stumbled upon when it comes to our food industry, and the very backwards way both Canada and the United States deal with sickness and health. It’s my plea to everyone out there to take responsibility for their own health, because I know first-hand that if you don’t, no one else will. No one makes money when you discover your body is self-healing, and the best prescription for what ails you is plant-based food.
I haven’t had a beef burger or pepperoni pizza or fried chicken for four years, and I feel amazing. What I do eat is plenty of vegetables, fruit, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. I’m no longer afraid of preparing tofu. I enjoy knowing that I can wear something fitted and not worry about getting a flare-up.
Life is definitely kind, happy, and healthy.
Yours in Fabulous Health
Thank you Jennifer!
Has a Kind Diet helped you to heal your body, inside or out? I want to hear your story! Email me here to share!
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