Do your symptoms get worse when you eat or do certain things? What about around your cycle? Maybe LS showed up for you after a traumatic or stressful event? Did you know your autoimmune root cause contributors?
In this session, Heather will walk us through her framework for identifying the autoimmune root cause contributors to your specific condition's process. As well as the corresponding nutrition and lifestyle changes you can make to find relief.
In this video, Heather covers
- What is the three-legged stool concept of autoimmunity?
- How the gut microbiome affects our body?
- What do genetic expressions have to do with autoimmune conditions?
- The six stressors that can trigger your Lichen Sclerosus.
If you're ready to dive into how your environment, diet, and lifestyle are affecting your health you want to watch this presentation.
As an added bonus for a limited time, you will also get Heather's 2022 Holistic Healing Summit All-Access session replay for free, where she presents the root cause contributors to LS she sees in her practice.
Click this link for more information on the 2022 Holistic Healing Summit Replays.
*Note: These are general education sessions. Our providers can not and will not give specific medical advice.
About the Speaker
Heather Cooan is a nutrition therapy practitioner and functional nutrition consultant and educator. She advocates for informed consent, bodily autonomy, and healthcare authorship. She speaks and writes on nutrition and lifestyle design interventions for health recovery.
Heather works one-on-one providing customized nutrition and lifestyle interventions and support specialized for oncology and autoimmunity. Relying on evidence-based approaches to nutritional care, Heather focuses on bio-individuality and empowerment driven by lab and genetic data.
Heather successfully recovered her own health from vulvar cancer, Hashimoto’s, and lichen sclerosus diagnoses. Along the way she also reversed estrogen dominance, insulin resistance, arteriosclerosis, and fatty liver utilizing a food-as-medicine and integrated clinical treatment approach.
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