The Wellness Programme

The Wellness Programme was expertly created to improve your health in as little as 30 days.

We do this by tackling the three key areas of poor health;

  • Pathogens
  • Environmental toxins and;
  • Our gut

It’s been well researched that the gut is origin to many of today’s diseases. Without effective digestion, we can’t digest, absorb and assimilate our nutrients, which can lead to malnutrition. Our gut often gets damaged by the environmental toxins we face on a daily basis, which destroy our good bacteria and result in an imbalanced microbiome.

These health effecting toxins come in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we consume, the products we put on our skin and hair, and in the way we live our stress-filled lives.

Not only that, but this high toxin exposure can over burden our liver, which results in insufficient bodily detoxification. The burden is shared with our other elimination organs; the kidneys, lungs, skin and colon. When these organs also struggle to cope, our body soon becomes highly toxic.

This combination of high toxicity and poor gut health, leaves us vulnerable to opportunist pathogens; such as bacterias, viruses and parasites. 

It’s a massive misconception that we don’t get parasites in this country. They’re often found in pork, seafood, in our pets, undercooked meat, the doors of public toilets, contaminated tap water, other unsanitary conditions and with free movement and imported foods, there’s the possibility of them being just about anywhere. 

Alongside parasites, we are also vulnerable to various bacterias and viruses, such as Streptococcus, the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), H. Plyori, E.Coli and many others. When in our system, they each create a variety of symptoms, making it difficult for us to discover the underlying cause.

The link between gut health and good health is gaining traction, but there has still been a few missing pieces to the puzzle. It’s these three factors of poor health that finally enable us to take back the control in mastering our healing. 

Many of the conditions we face today are as a result of at least one, but often all, of these three factors;

  • PCOS, endometriosis and fertility issues
  • Inability to lose weight 
  • Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, polymyalgia 
  • Autoimmune disorders; arthritis, thyroid, lupus, MS, parkinsons
  • Mental health; depression, anxiety 
  • Poor immune system and recurring infections
  • Skin conditions; acne, eczema and psoriasis
  • Digestive disorders; IBS, crohns, colitis, diverticulitis
  • Fungal related conditions such as UTIs and yeast infections

When we heal the gut and detoxify the body, we help the body to heal itself.

What is the Wellness Programme?

This is an expertly created process to healing your gut, detoxifying your body and helping you restore your health in as little as 30 days. 

Who is it for?

This programme is for anyone who cares about their health and is tired of battling daily symptoms.

“The programme everyone should complete if they care about their health.”

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To find out which plan is right for you, read more about the 30 day and 90 day programme in the menu bar above.

To contact me directly for a consultation;

E: thewellnessprogramme@outlook.com

With health and happiness,

Jade, X

 

 

NB. * Every one is different, as is every body and every condition. The longer you’ve suffered from a condition and the more aggressive it is, the more deep rooted this will be in the body. An estimated timeframe will be given upon enquiry.

 

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