Body Ecology Diet author and founder Donna Gates is holding both a one day introductory course as well a a four day certification in Brisbane in June, along with good friend and colleague, Maria Hunt. I read the Body Ecology Diet some years ago and found that it contained a lot of wisdom and knowledge, especially when it came to healing the digestive system and issues of fatigue. There are many principles that cross over to the raw food world, especially when it comes to cultured foods and foods that nourish and support the inner ecology of the digestive tract. The digestive system is the cornerstone of health and wellbeing – so looking after it is the first step in healing many chronic illnesses.
From the Body Ecology website:
The Body Ecology Diet (BED) shows you how to restore and maintain the important “inner ecology” your body needs to function properly and to eliminate or control the symptoms that rob you of the joy of living.
With the confusing array of supplements, health foods and fads out in the marketplace today, Body Ecology offers a back-to-basics approach to restoring health and vitality. The straightforward necessities we provide are all geared to one fundamental law of nature: the fact that our digestive systems are intimately linked to our immune, endocrine, circulatory and central nervous systems. Profoundly affecting all these interlocking systems is an amazing world of benevolent bacteria: the microscopic “good guys” that must be present in your intestines for you to be healthy. Our products are all specifically designed to help you cultivate, nourish, cleanse and repair this abundant inner ecosystem (hence the name Body Ecology).
If you are in Brisbane and get the opportunity to attend, I would highly recommend it. There are wonderful healing principles involved in the BED system that can have far-reaching implications in the improvement of health and vitality.
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