Registered dietitian nutritionist Nour Zibdeh joins me this episode to talk about the gut. I think the gut is one of the most overlooked organs in the body, but at the same time one of the most crucial. Nour joins me this episode to dive deep into what the gut is, what role it plays in the body, how important it is to overall health and more.
About Nour Zibdeh
Nour Zibdeh, MS RDN CLT, is a registered dietitian nutritionist. She specializes in functional nutritional therapies and coaching for digestive health, weight loss, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, food sensitivities, migraines and headaches, fatigue, fibromyalgia, eczema, hyperactivity, and autism. She sees patients in her office in Herndon, Northern Virginia, and offers coaching through phone and Skype. Nour has a BS degree in Human Nutrition from Virginia Tech and a MS degree in Health Sciences from James Madison University. Nour has intensive functional nutrition training and constantly attends conferences and workshops to gain more knowledge and skills to better help her patients. Nour was voted Virginia’s Emerging Dietetic Leader for 2014 and is active on local and national nutrition associations. Nour has been interviewed by MSNBC, Washingtonian Magazine, Washington Well + Being, MBC, and other paper and online publications.*
Topics and Questions Mentioned In This Episode
- @NourZibdeh (Twitter)
- 400 Different species found in the gut
- What is the gut and why is it important?
- What damages the gut?
- What are NSAIDs and how do they damage the gut?
- How and Why do Antiacids damage the gut
- Is stomach acid good for you?
- What about birth control?
- Link between thyroid and the gut
- How to tell if you have problems with your gut
- What do we need to prevent gut damage
- Foods to eat/eliminate for healthy gut